Currently, many people are dying due to different diseases. Today morning a post on Facebook reveals that a school head of Malik Boys in Bungoma county who is also a paper three Kiswahili examiner has died.
The county government of Kakamega has eulogised the late Geoffrey Okwach Otieno terming him as a person who did a wonderful job when he headed Mabole Boys in Butere. At the same time, it went ahead and wished the family well even as they continue to prepare the funeral service.
In my opinion, it will be important if the government ensures that all our school principals get medical care of the highest degree whenever they feel unwell.
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