Tharaka Nithi County Governor hon Muthoni Njuki has hit on CS Magoha's directive on the number of students in a particular exam room. The directive state that the class should have a minimum requirements of 40 candidate sitting for exam in any particular school. This simply means that schools with less numbers will be required to opt for another school for registration.
Muthomi Njuki alleges that the directive will be very exploitive to counties with low population as they will be forced to walk for long distance in search of school with high number. He alleges that "The government requested us to adopt family planning hence reducing the population"
Njuki continues to urgue that they will not walk many kilometres to search for centres to register their children. It should be known the the large parts of Tharaka Nithi county especially Northern and Southern parts of Tharaka are dry area with low population and poor social amenities like schools.
Njuki want CS Magoha to revisit his directive and let school register the 15 students they were registering earlier in order to bring sanity and equality in education.
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