A viral photo of primary school Students being tightly tied by a rope at a tree has surfaced online hence eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans. According to that post report shared on Facebook by Jalango mwenyewe Television, five students were forced to be tied by a head teacher of one school based in Laikipia county.
Un that photo going viral five student are seen being tightly tied by a rope to atree and the teacher in charge of that hard torture punishment is seen far away distance watching those five students writhing in pain from not only the hot scorching sun also the gruesome torture that they are encountering.
That incident has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens whereby some section of Kenyans have condemned that punishment and had called upon the Ministry of Education through professor George Magoha to deal with him because that's against children's rights.
Here are some of the reactions among netizens,
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