Grief and painful tears as another renown principal dies. It has been so sad to the ministry of education to have continued to lose a number of teachers through to road accidents, Covid 19 and other natural diseases while others have succumbed to death through inexplicable reasons. This happens when the time of National Examinations in different schools in this country is drawing near, the Kenya National Examinations Councils has set to begin conducting the National Examinations as from 19th March 2021 after the 2020 academic calendar was interfered with the Covid 19 in this country.
Sadly St Joseph's Kitale Boys High School Principal Mr Wilson Yego has passed away, According to the family members, the principal has passed away as a result of Covid 19 Pandemic. This is bad news to Students Joseph's Kitale Boys High School and the country as a whole to lose a school principal about two weeks to National exams.
May his soul rest in peace.
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