The government and the Ministry of Education have been working to stimulate learning through free primary and secondary education. In his latest statement, CS Magoha determined that the government had sent 75 billion shillings to the Ministry of Education to support free primary and secondary education.
This measure aims to enable all Kenyan children to receive an education without difficulty. Mogoha has also issued a warning to the school heads and principals, warning them not to send home students who have not paid their tuition fees. Magoha stated that in the 2020/2021 financial year, secondary schools have received 59.4 billion shillings and primary schools have received 15.2 billion shillings.
Magoha is on the side of parents, stating that they should be given more time to raise fees for their student's school fees.
Due to tuition backlogs, Magoha warned the school principal not to send students home. Parents complain that short holidays are not enough for them to raise school fees, so they must be given more time.
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