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End Of Road For Schools As CS Magoha Wakes up With New Rule And Strong Warning

The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic interfered with school calendar and things have not been working so well for the ministry of education. CS Magoha has been one of the most controversial minister in president Uhuru Kenyatta government. He has come with new rules and maintained CBC education is here to stay.

The minister of education recently came up with a rule that every school must atlist have more than 30 candidates to register as exam centers. These saw the reduction of exam centres by more than the previous ones. The rule has caused most schools to panic and it is creating fear.

According to the government directive, it has been noted that most schools are now registering ghost candidates. According ministry of education, schools which don't meet the requirements are forging number of candidates. These has caused the CS to state that anyone or any school found will be held responsible.

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