From yesterday, all the public and the private schools started opening as per the new calendar from the ministry of education. As per the ministry, the students will be going for the third term opposite to what it used to be where it was during this time when the students were going for the second term. All these is due to the interference by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Now, just a day after the opening, a primary school in kisumu county has been closed. As established by the citizen TV, Nyamasao primary school has been closed after being invaded by the water snakes which came due to the floods which were reported in that region some few weeks ago. This decision was meant to safeguard the lives of the students as well as the teachers in that school.
"After the school compound was completely submerged, Nyamasao Primary School suspended learning activities.The decision, which has been relayed to the county education office, was made after water snakes were spotted slithering in the school compound, according to school headteacher Hosea Nunda." Said the citizen TV
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