Secondary Schools in Kenya are facing a big challenge. Since the start of the second term, nearly 60 schools have been torched. The reason for this unrest is not known. But one thing people are aware of is that the academic calendar is compressed and learners have no time to participate in games activities as a way of breaking the classroom monotony.
Nyanchwa Boys High School has been exposed on the Teachers Notice Board on Facebook for a heavy fine of Ksh 5,000 on each student for burning a school dormitory. It is alleged that the money is paid through pay bill number 4073673 which is not connected to the school account.
In my opinion, It will be important if the school Board of Management and Ministry of Education asses the destruction and set the fine. It is bad when one person does it. Remember if the school has 800 students then they will give nearly 4 million. This is a huge amount of money.
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