Coronavirus has continued to negatively affect education sector in the country. The fate of learners in Grade 1-3, class 5-7 and form 1-3 to reopen as scheduled is in limbo. There dreams and aspirations to go back to school and complete their studies have been turned upside down.
School re-opening has received a huge blow after it emerged that there is shortage of Covid-19 in a section of the country. Religious leaders in Kakamega county have raised concern over unavailability of vaccine in the region. Speaking to citizen TV, Anglican Church kakamega diocese bishop slammed government for putting priority on constitutional amendment Bill instead of ensuring their are enough vaccine to entire population for economy to open.
The clergy lack of vaccine will be a major blow to school reopening saying no parent will risk to take his or her child to school at a time rate of Covid-19 infections is still too high. He also called upon members of parliament to have Independent mind instead of being influenced to do things that are of no importance to an ordinary citizen.
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