Kenyans have expressed mixed reactions after photos of primary school children being punished in a cruel way went viral
This come amidst the debate on whether the ministry of Education pulled a great move after they banned punishment in schools or whether it was a on of the biggest mistake due to the lack of immoral by school going children
In the photo, three pupils who are roughly between 10 to 13 years were seen being tied on a pole. To add salt to the pain, they pole was based in the playing ground where the scorching sun did more harm that good to these three children.
The reason behind this cruel punishment remain unknown as well as the identity of this school. This comes days after kindergarten children were seen being squeezed in a personal vehicle all with an aim of transporting the children back to their homes.
Here are some of the reactions by Kenyans after photos of the three pupils being punished went viral:
@Willano:"Those ushago schools can surprise you I tell you."
@itscapello:"Mimi nilifungwa hivo nikachapwa viboko juu nilikuwa ntaka kuacha shule. sahii nakumbuka hiyo punishment nafurahi."
@GodfreyIsaya:"When you do this to my kid hutalala mteja buta utalala mbinguni"
@Visiavale:"Punishment ni punishment, wakichapwa mboko bado mnateta, iko tu sawa"
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