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Sad News To Students As Education Stakeholders Oppose May School Reopening Schedule

Yesterday the president ordered all learning Institutions to reopen for studies. All students across the country felt relieved as some have stayed in schools for long now. This came after the president had ordered closure of such institutions in late March this year.

However, the reopening has been hit a blow today. This is after the education stakeholders opposed the schedule. The headteachers association and KUPPET for teachers be in public to decline the offer to reopen schools.

They say they have no funds to prepare for schools. The schools have not been prepared enough for students. They claim the water taps aren't enough for them.

The Government has failed to remit the 30% third term capitation to schools. This is affecting their operations. The Kenya primary headteachers association chairman said, they need funds to prepare well.

Indimuli said the government should reopen and allow the co-curricular activities in school. It was difficult to stop the student from engaging in sports. They were in music,ball games and even Christian union. This helped them release steam.

There complain was directly sent to the Ministry of education for consideration. They also want all teachers to be vaccinated first. They say, over a half of teachers haven't been vaccinated yet.

We wish all the best to students who are planning to go back to school.


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Indimuli KUPPET Kenya


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