Martha Koome on Sunday said that a parent will not be a able to sue a child's teacher or learning institution for subjecting students to any form of punishment after they violate school rules.
The Chief justice says that mechanisms should be put in order for disciplinary actions to be followed. According to the law, Corporal Punishment is not allowed in schools.
Martha Koome has insisted that she cannot advocate for Corporal Punishment in schools as that would mean going against the law that governs child rights.
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