Nation Africa on twitter shared information that both Primary and secondary Heads have defied ministry of Education Guidelines and are using all tricks in the bag to draw more money from parents.
According to Nation, parents are already burdened by the crash learning timetable that they have paid levies three times in seven months.
This is what Nation posted on twitter,
"Headteachers have defied Ministry of Education guidelines and are using all tricks in the bag to draw more money from parents, who are already burdened by the crash learning timetable that has seen them pay levies three times in seven months. Thoughts."
A fan replied saying,"Parents sometimes are to blame. They don't question. I know of a catholic sch in @KiambuCountyGov thats charging 28k for uniform for all form one. This is paid cash and no parent is asking why."
Another fan replied saying,"Ask parents to name and shame public schools scheming tricks and you will be amazed."
Another fan replied saying,"I have taken one of their own to the court of law.a female principal who think she can armtwist me to bow for her corrupt dirty games."
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