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"Dawa Ya Moto Ni Moto" Angry Cs Matiangi Says, Urges The Govt. To Bring Back Caning In Schools

The interior Cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi has finally opened up about the ongoing debate on what should be done in order to reduce the increasing number of rogue students or rather Learners in the country who for one reason or another have been found guilty of torching their dormitories and other school properties.


Matiangi who expressed his fear and concerns over the rising cases of Arson attempts in different schools has called upon parents along with the government to support the motion of reintroducing caning in schools in order to reduce the increasing number of rogue students in different schools in Kenya.

"The government should and will reintroduce caning in schools. We can't keep building and constructing new dormitories and classes while students keep on destroying them. This is not something that we are ready to do and I'm sure that parents will agree with me. We must show our children tough love because without any kind of sacrifices, we are bringing up a generation of rogue individuals who can't express themselves in the right way. I urge the government to look into this, our children need to be thought in the right way in school and home", Cs Matiangi.

This is happening at the same time when the Cabinet secretary of education proffessor has revealed that the government is not going to pay for the properties that have been damaged by students. In his own words, Magoha said that parents of these kids will be held accountable for this reason.

At the same time, kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter have called upon the government to do so claiming that this was the only way in which the government was going to get rid of rogue students.

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