Kenyans on facebook have been shocked by a video that was shared online of a school that uses a matatu to carry fifty children to school. The video sparked emotional reactions as parents could not come to terms of what they have just seen.
In the the video, a police officer is seen redirecting the children from the van and when they were counted, their number added to fifty people in one vehicle. It looks like the driver and the school management used the advantage of the children being young in age and also they were still young. The children could not complain and they were stuffed like luggages.
Some parents who saw that video were agitated alot with what the school was doing other parents children. They claimed that the school is very strict when it comes to fee payment but they are very ignorant on matters of children's life and security.
Surprisingly,the incident happens exactly the time when the deadly Corona Virus terrorizing the whole world and the need for social distance. It is evidence that in that van there was no even a single space for social distance. Here are some if the reactions.
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