New Details Emerge on The Alleged Inhuman Act by Moi Girls Principal Who Forced a Teacher to Wash The Office
By lemmymbelle | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 21474 views
Photo Courtesy. The image is taken from a previous incident.
Kenyans across the internet were today left talking after Moi Girls Students took to the streets to call for the removal of their principal who reportedly was too strict. According to New reports by sources close to the school, The principal's downfall was Imminent since last year.
The Principal is reported to have forced a teacher on practice to clean her office after she made a mistake. The lady is also reported to have at one point slapped the school watchman after he delayed opening the school gate for her.
She is said to have forced a lab technician to do cleaning on the compound after she found her sleeping at work. According to one teacher who spoke to a popular blogger anonymously, the Principal has been digging her own pit.
The School has now been closed indefinitely with students forced to go back home today.
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