Covid-19 pandemic has brought untold challenges to the county. Many sectors are adversely affected by pandemic that has crippled economy. The virus is ravaging the country causing havoc in all spheres of life. Families and communities are devastated due to challenges caused by Covid-19.
Education sector is once again hit hard by pandemic following president Uhuru Kenyatta directive to suspend in-person learning in all learning institutions including universities, tertiary learning Institutions and colleges. Hopes of any learners to go back to school are in limbo. Their dreams and aspirations once again shuttered by the pandemic.
However, it's good new to many learners as president Uhuru Kenyatta has hinted that schools will reopen in may as scheduled. In the message sent by office of government spokesperson, president Uhuru Kenyatta thanked teachers, parents, students, school managers and other education stakeholders for the courage, hope and faith over Covid-19 instigated fear, anxiety and doubt. He added that successful completion of KCPE and KCSE is demonstration of faith,hope and victory of Covid-19.
President urged teachers, students and all stakeholders in ministry of education to have the same courage, hope and faith as they look forward for resumption of studies in may for other classes.
"As we plan for resumption of of class for other students in May, we must go forth, as a people, courageously appreciating that every dark cloud always has a silver lining," read part of the statement.
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