Education is considered to be the key to success. This explains why the government is doing everything possible to ensure all children go to school. In the past few days, the cabinet secretary of education has been seen moving from one county to tye other trying to ensure that all form one students who are still at home join secondary school.
A post on the Buyer Beware platform in Facebook has attracted the attention from many kenyans. According to the pictures in the post, three students are seen tied to a tree in the school compound as a form of punishment.
Even though it is not clear where the school is located or the name of the school, this is one of the things that discourage children from attending school. Such punishments should not be used in schools as they demoralize students.
Kenyans could not keep quiet after seeing the post as most of them thought that the teachers should be punished instead.
Below are screenshots of some reactions from kenyans.
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