Any student who participated in burning of schools in Kenya is expected to undergo a series of punishment including testing weather they been using drugs. They will also do exams from theirs homes. Pay a fine that will help to built dometries they have demolished. Here is an internal memo to Maranda school.
As the schools are set to reopen next week, Maranda High School Board of Management (BoM) has issued a directive which have to met by each student before reporting back to the institution.
A memo sent to parents states that the student will have to take tests to determine if they are using drugs before being allowed to return to school.
Part of the memo read "All the students to undergo drug and substance test while at home. This must be done at a public facility or NACADA. The certificates of the same to be presented on the re-opening day. Subsequently, there shall be random testing conducted in and by the school,"
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