Three form four students at St John's Sikinwe high school were reportedly found beating up their mathematics teacher during the school hours. According to Radio Maisha journalist Billy Miya, the three ganged up to harass the teacher before raining blows on him.
The incident has left many people speechless with some lamenting about lack of discipline in the schools. One facebook user Peterson said that the incident is totally unacceptable and sad. "Really unacceptable and sad," said Peter Peterson.
Another user by the name Kevin said that the students behavior is turning to be worse day by day. "Gone are the days when the students could be disciplined by their teacher, now it is the other way round. This is not part of what the society expects," said Kimmy Kevin.
Ronaldo Opiyo on the other hand blamed it on the teachers saying that at times they are very frustrating. "Teachers can be nagging at times some can just decide to frustrate you without a reason. Teachers, why can't you just teach in a proper way and go home?" Posed Opiyo.
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