According to the latest news by Kamba Radio station (Mwatu FM), a secondary school teacher from one school in Makueni county has been beaten severely by motorbike riders kicking one boy on his secret parts. This boy had not tacked in his shirt and his teacher took this action leaving him with serious injuries where people in that market decided to discipline him. This has been happening in many schools where teachers have ended up bullying their students apart from rectifying their unworth behaviors.
The Ministry of education had earlier implemented some laws to govern these issues, but some individuals are still beating pupils mercilessly. CS Magoha should chip in and ensure that whoever is caught doing this faces tough consequences, and this will help you minimize such cases in many schools. Punishments are also given to those who are disobedient in schools, and this teacher might have done this apart from tampering hurting this boy.
Parents should also advise their children on how to adhere to school rules and regulations, and this will ensure that pupils relate well to their teachers. Now people from this area want the government to ensure that this man is jailed for quite some months because this boy was not in the school compound when his teacher accidentally met him. What's your take on this issue? Kindly leave your comments below.
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