The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. Kenyans are going through tough times and the economy has become tough. The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic affected majority of the country's population.
With outbreak of covid-19 pandemic left Majority of Kenyans affected. The school calender changed. The growing unrest by students is a clear indicator of tight calendar in schools. These has left learners burning dormitory. Parents have been left to dig dipper in their pockets to pay for damages.
Today CS Interior Fred Matiang'i and CS education Magoha want corporal punishment back in schools immediately. According to CS Interior Fred Matiang'i, parents and so called human rights fir children must be removed. His remarks come as learners continue burning schools. Witn tone moving majority of leaders are focused on elections as learners stay at home. We do hope CS Interior Fred Matiang'i will mange to bring back punishment.
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