It was drama yesterday morning as parents of Mbajone Primary School in Meru county stormed the school carrying twigs and singing songs as they demonstrate against the schools administration behaviour of selling schools properties for there own benefit, yet they had contributed money through parent teachers association (PTA) to cater for various needs in the school.
The angry parents seized two school bulls that were tethered at different grazing points slaughtered them and shared meat amongst themselves, the bulls had been bought to help draw water for school and save the cost. Yet some of the parents still claimed that the school was still asking them money for water supply just before schools were closed.
The parents lamented that they realise that the school through its administration was planning to sell the bulls as they had already sold other food staff that was left during closure that include 9 bags of maize , bags of rice and other foodstaffs. The school had also sold other livestocks such as pigs that were in the school.
The parents defied the area chief and police who tried to stop them and went on with there demonstrations.
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