As we head to the August 9 general election, politics seem to be taking the central positions of people's conversation. There are some political languages which are commonly used in the society. Some political vocabularies seem to be affecting our children's learning in school.
Today, a photo of a Competency Based Curriculum question paper for lower grades of learning went viral on twitter. According to the photo that was shared by Soy constituency member of Parliament Caleb Kositany, the pupil had been asked to name a Wheelbarrow. Interestingly, the pupil answered that it is called "UDA". A popular acronym for United Democratic Alliance party.
Infact the farm tool is a symbol for the UDA party led by the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto. Kositany hilariously suggested that the pupil is correct and remarking needs to be done. https://twitter.com/ckositany/status/1540296094139256832?t=05CCyka0MbRa9Xd1FFsvuQ&s=19
Many Netizens reacted to the post. Here are some of their comments.
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