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"Tutalipa Aje School Fees'' -Mixed Reactions As Uhuru Gives Greenlight On Reopening Of Schools

Uhuru Kenyatta has surprised Kenyans again in his latest address to the nation.

In the International Labor Day celebrations at State House, Nairobi the president told Kenyans that schools will reopen as per Education Ministry calendar.

The Ministry of Education, through its head CS George Magoha had planned that schools will be opened from tenth this month.

Barely a month ago, the president had surprised Kenyans by suspending in-person learning citing rising cases of Covid-19. 

It was a blow for university and college students as they were at school. Secondary and primary school students were lucky as they were at home because KCPE and KCSE were in progress.

Kenyans are divided on whether today’s green light to continue with learning is good news or bad news. Some are happy while some are sad.

@Mercy Shiku So Uhuru Kenyatta and his advisers want us to believe that they were able to combat 3rd wave in less than a month? Account iko sawa we can go back to life.

@Biwott Kibz Good move, extended closure could have interrupted learning.

@Patricia Why was he closing in the first place?

@Roselyne Makinia What of the vaccine, eagerly waiting.

@Esther Essie Tutalipa aje school fees?

@Patrcia Ndirangu Can we at least have a normal life now? These lockdowns are not good for any nation especially Kenya at a time such as this.

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