An hilarious photo was shared online showing a teacher in a staffroom wearing a helmet while holding a panga on his hand.
Whether it's true or not the photo was meant to portray the level of increased insecurities in Kenyan schools where rude students are now attacking teachers whenever they confront them on some issues.
This photo was shared after an incident in Ainamoi Secondary School where a form three student hammered a nail on the principal's head leaving him with serious injuries.
It is said that the principal Mr Geoffrey Rono had asked the student to clear a fee balance of Sh 7000 when the rude student attacked him.
This is not the first time a case has been reported where students have attacked their teachers especially during this time of Corona pandemic which saw students spend almost a year at home.
It seems that teachers will now be forced to devise security measures that will see them overcome such violence metted on them by students.
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