Teachers service commission has today issued a statement on the take of an incident that happened at Ainamoi secondary school where the principal was assaulted by a form three student over school fees arrears and injured him on his head.
Teachers service commission condemned the incident wich occurred in the school on 9th of June in strongest terms possible and stated that the commission is concerned about the rising cases of unwanted violence towards teachers.
The commission further called upon all education stakeholders to do all that is within their means to ensure that schools are safe for conducive learning and teaching adding that they must all work together to stop violence in schools and stated that the commission is determined to ensure that teachers are able to deliver on their duties.
The commission further stated that the Ainamoi secondary school principal was later treated at a local health facility and discharged and has resumed his duties.
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