Parents have called out the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to intervene and restore good morals in their school citing the school head's drunk behaviour which has allegedly led to him encouraging unacceptable behaviour forms among students.
The AIC Ndune Secondary School parents threatened to withdraw, their children from the school over what they term as misconduct from the the principal. While addressing the press, the parents alleged that the current school principal has abused his office as he turns up to work excessively drunk and also has misused school resources.
The parents after they were angered by the current misconduct of the current school principal. They are worried he might create a wrong example to their students.
They strongly accused the school head of encouraging immorality among students and not attending his lessons which parents say, is wasting the lives of the innocent students.
They also alleged that the school head's drinking habit is well known by the community and every time they confronted him, the principal promised to change, but there has been no change.
The county Department of Education admits to have received the complaints and promised to act soon. Now parents are hopeful that the Teachers Service Commission will come up with an amicable solution in trying to address this challenge.
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