After President William Ruto's administration stated that they will be raising school fees beginning in January of next year many parents in the nation have been under stress for the past few days. Many parents were astonished by it because they already struggle with the high expense of living in the nation.
While all of that was going on, some parents found themselves in a difficult situation when certain school administrators demanded "meal costs" for the upcoming national exams which will begin on Monday. The school administrators allegedly assert that the funds will be utilized to feed security guards around lunchtime.
While that is the case, parents were relieved to see a stern warning from the administration of President William Ruto sent by the Ministry of Education when they awoke today. According to the Saturday Nation the government issued a warning to head teachers not to request this form of payment because they deemed it to be an illegal action.
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