An angry mob of students reportedly chased out their parents, who had stormed the grounds of a school in the Nyanza region, creating a scene in the area.
An angry mob of parents at Otok Secondary School in Karachuonyo constituency, Homa Bay County, later came to deeply regret their actions. The parents took it upon themselves to forcibly remove the new principal from office because they were unhappy with the Ministry of Education's decision to replace the school's leadership.
Most of them were left groaning in pain after the students turned on them with whips and batons.
Others have taken to social media to express their disapproval of the incident and to urge all children in the country to honor their parents.
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