Ezekiel Machogu, the education cabinet secretary, has issued a stern warning to school administrators not to try to impose illegal levies in their institutions. The Ministry of Education authorized fee structures must be followed, according to CS Machogu, in order to lessen the load on parents who are already struggling due to the consequences of the current economic climate.
The CS further stated that the government will act immediately and strongly in the event that any reports of headteachers demanding illegal fees surface. Adamant that he will personally oversee such reports, CS Ezekiel Machogu screamed, "Let no principal or headteacher dare me."
CS Machogu's warning to school heads has shown his strictness in the position as the position doesn't want a person who jokes with such behaviours. Any school head who will be found violating the law of introducing illegal levies, then tough actions will be taken to him or her.
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