After Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha pushed the reopening date for schools, Obadiah, Milly Wa Jesus' brother, became unduly enthusiastic. Obadiah complimented the CS and even said that he should be sworn in as the future president of Kenya as he directed the schools to open on Thursday, August 18, while the verification of presidential votes in the General Election continued.
The opening days of the educational institutions have been amended as a result of the postponed publication of the final General Election results, which were originally set for Monday, August 15.
According to Cabinet Secretary (CS) George Magoha, classes will start up again on Thursday, August 18. Obadiah, the brother of Milly Wa Jesus, was so ecstatic after hearing the news that he was captured on camera.
When the small youngster expressed his happiness, his family and online users laughed.
"Ilikuwa tufungue Monday 15, then akasema Thursday 18. Magoha ni mtu mpoa, anatuelewa. Na hadi next akuwe tu president," the elated boy said as the Wa Jesus' family burst into a peal of laughter. Read more: https://www.tuko.co.ke/people/family/467828-milly-wa-jesuss-brother-rejoices-magoha-pushed-school-opening-date-ni-mtu-mpoa-anatuelewa/
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