In a post making rounds on social media, three primary going pupils who are believed to be from Nyahururu in Laikipia county were allegedly tied to a post for breaking school rules. In the picture, the kids can be seen tightly tied together using a rope around a post in a manner that they cannot untangle themselves and this did not go well with netizens who vented their frustrations at the harsh punishment.[Photo courtesy]
The post drew mixed reactions with some claiming that it did not compare to the harsh punishment they received while they were in school while others were quick to call out the school administration claiming that the kids' rights were violated. Since corporal punishment was abolished in schools teachers have been coming up with ways of disciplining disobedient students but some seem to take it a step further. We hope that the Ministry of Education steps in to take the necessary measures and actions.
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