Cases of students unrests and dormitory burning have been on the rise over the few past months.
This has financially affected most parents, who have been forced to part with huge amounts of money to gather for the damages before their students are allowed back to school.
Continued arson attacks and destruction of school properties have elicited sharp reactions from education stakeholders and citizens, with many calling for the re-introduction of canning in schools to curb such behaviours.
But even as Kenyans continue waiting for the ministry to re-introduce these tough measures, one agitated parent cannot wait more and has resolved to instill strict discipline on his child, who was sent home from school on suspicion of trying to burn the school dormitory.
In a video shared online, the irritated father is seen whipping his child using a belt
"Discipline is key...kwenda huko, mtoto mkorofi, unaniumiza aje? watoto wa watu wako shuleni, nani alikutuma uende ukachome shule?" stated the father as he canes the child.
From the video, it is eminent that the father was so displeased with his son's discipline, something that was shared by many of the social media users who came out in support of the father.
This comes just a day after Maranda Boys High was closed indefinitely after the school's dormitories were set on fire for the second time in two months.
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