A standard five pupil in one of the Kenyan Primary schools was captured armed with a machete by one of his teachers today. The young boy identified as Kennedy Ouma had hid a sharp panga on his waist and he was allegedly planning to kill his colleague. As seen on a video shared online, the young boy was exposed by the teacher on duty after it was reported that Ouma had the dangerous weapon.
Former Ainamoi member of parliament and Kenya's ambassador to Namibia has landed himself in huge trouble after hunting down and killing a Kudu in Namibia. The ambassador is seen excitedly posing for a picture beside it. Activists are calling him out for misrepresenting the ethos of Kenya in Namibia.
Kericho residents were yesterday stranded after legal proceedings and operations at the Kericho Law Courts were paralyzed due to the closure of the judicial offices, which were condemned by the National Building Institute. Devasted Risper Mutai from Ainamoi Sub-County in Kericho was disappointment as the case that has lasted for one year may be halted for due to this closure of Judicial Service.
The rampant attacks in schools have always left teachers helpless due to the strict caution against implementing the corporal punishments in schools.These have left teachers helpless and remain pleading with the Government to protect them against the rogue students. Recently,the Ainamoi Secondary School principal Mr Geoffrey Rono got attacked by his student just because of being sent home for school fees.The form three student hit him with a plank of wood that had a nail.Luckily,he survived after being rushed to a nearby private hospital in Kericho town.
A section of Members of Parliament allied to Deputy President William Ruto from Kericho county over the weekend encountered a humiliating event while attending a social function at Ainamoi constituency in the same Kericho county. Area Member of parliament Sylvanus Maritim popularly known as Network and his Belgut constituency counterpart Nelson Koech who is well known within the county's political arena as Sonko were booed and silenced by angry residents causing drama and sparking mixed reactions across the Rift Valley region.
Kericho hospital has now revealed that one of the Kalenjin musicians is currently getting well after being rushed to the hospital after the accident. He was riding alone in a Bodaboda before the accident occurred in Ainamoi area. However, those who were at the scene claimed that he was driving at a high speed before his motorbike skied off the road.
Teachers at Ainamoi Secondary School, Kericho have spoken on the puzzling behaviour of the Form 3 student who drilled a nail into the principal's head on Wednesday, June 9. The student surrendered at Kapsoit Police Station on Thursday, June 17, and recorded a statement prior to police commencing with investigations into the matter.
The Teachers Service Commission has condemned the Ainamoi Secondary School assault where a form three student injured the school principal Mr. Geoffrey Rono on the head.This happened after the student among others were sent home for school fees. The TSC on it's Twitter account today condemned the act with the strongest term possible.
The changes in the Education system in the country are smoothly moving on with the Government being steady in ensuring that all aspects are looked into.The Teachers Service Commission has embarked of recruitment of teachers for the next years to see that there will not be any teachers shortages. Recently,the teachers have suffered in the hands of their students.The Ainamoi Secondary School principal Mr Geoffrey Rono almost died in the hands of his form three student who hit him with a plank of wood containing a nail.Luckily,he survived.
Panic grips sossion camp as 26th June election date nears. The kenya National Union of Teachers secretary general Wilson sossion is facing looming revolt from teachers as election for choosing union top officials nears.This has made him to call for an agent meeting to all National Executive Council members Today Saturday at Mfagano,Nairobi.
Photo/Courtesy The Ministry of Education banned corporal punishment in Kenyan schools several years ago. Sadly some teachers use it despite being banned. Many students and pupils have been reported suffering in the name of punishment across the country. Most parents complain on how their children are being punished thoroughly in front of them.
A popular Kericho MCA Paul Tarimbo has been forced to go back to school in pursuit of Degree Ahead of 2022 elections. As this will be a requirement. Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati earlier this week announced that it will be a mandatory requirement to have Degree certificate for anyone aspiring to seek elective post.
Indiscipline cases is an ongoing rythm in the country in public secondary schools.Teachers finds themselves in bad corner as they try to punish and rectify the behaviours of the students. In the process some of them meets their death unexpectedly while others are left with bad injuries.Teachers have now developed fear among themselves since students are now more than dangerous to their lives.
A grade three pupil at Cheimen Primary school was defiled and stabbed to death in Cheimen, Ainamoi in Kericho county. While confirming the incident, Samuel Koech who is the area senior assistant chief said that at 11:00 am on Thursday, Catherine Nyambuso was found death and her body thrown to a river.
Ministry of Education Shuts TSC on Its Empty & Dry Statements of Protecting Teachers, Gives Solution
The Ministry of Education under the Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has of late changed tacts about its approach on issues affecting the teachers.Last week,it piled pressure on KNEC to pay the examination officers their dues.These payments were already made on Thursday. Before that,it told TSC to confirm the intern teachers on Permanent and Pensionable terms after the budget.These pressure have been of great benefits to the teachers who have no option but to suffer in silence.
Teachers at Ainamoi Secondary School, Kericho have spoken on the bewildering conduct of the Form 3 student who penetrated a nail into the principal's head on Wednesday, June 9. The student surrendered at Kapsoit Police Station on Thursday, June 17, and recorded a statement preceding police beginning with investigations concerning the matter.
A form two student at Kaptagat girls high school in Keiyo South had reportedly committed suicide by hanging herself using a necktie. According to the sources, the body of the deceased was found hanging in the school compound at midnight by the school guards. The deceased did not leave a suicide note to explain why she took her own life.
Many teachers are working tirelessly to make sure that ours children get good results. Some cases of undiscipline have been reported and some students have been arrested. Furthermore, teachers are very important because they teach different skills to these students so that they can be good people in future.
Cases of children indiscipline has been on the rise both in schools and at home. Just few days ago,a form 3 student at Ainamoi Secondary school drove a 4 inch nail into the head of the schools principal over fee issues. In Shitukhumu,Navakholo constituency in Kakamega county,a form 3 student is reported to have killed his father over ugali.
Residents of Baration village, Londiani in Kericho county remained in shock after a form three teenager Killed his biological father who Allegedly sold his cock without permission. From the reports, a boy had went to school as usual but he found conflicting reports about his cock which he acquired to shape up his future.