Today on the 7th of April 2021, Jubilee nominated senator Milicent Omanga has revealed fresh details about the ministry of education and now Kenyans want the cabinet secretary for education to be summoned and answer all the questions running on our mind.
A controversial senator has tweeted through her official account that the ministry of education created ghost schools, registered ghost students and now they are fooling Kenyan only waiting to receive education funds in their pockets.
"So the ministry of education created ghost schools, registered ghost students, and wired close to a billion shillings annually to their accounts. And even after this dark revelation, it's business as usual. Sawa to." Omega's tweet read.
Kenyans now want the ministry of education to be audited and prosecutions to be carried out on the responsible individuals if the law was broken. Could the government have been fooling all of us? Share your views on this and we will appreciate
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