Yesterday, the principal of Ainamoi Secondary School was hit by a four inch nail on the head by a student. It was reported that the student had been sent home for a 7,000 School fee balance when he sneaked into the institution and commited the heinous act.
As Shakespeare wrote, 'There is comedy in every tragedy', teachers have reacted hillariously to the news. Some have come up with ways they say will protect them from such students in the future.
On one of the Teachers groups on a popular social media platform, a teacher is pictured with a motorcycle helmet on his head and these are some of the reactions Kenyan teachers have:
Samwel Tonui Kipkemoi: Keep up the good work.
Samson Tsuma: Stay safe and healthy.
A supposed student also commented to the post by saying;
Njeri Gichuki: If it gets there, we will also not come to school.
Ann Ruth Sifuna: Not a bad idea.
What do you think about teacher's safety in schools? Let us know in the comments section below.
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