About two weeks ago, education cabinet secretary, prof George Magoha pronounced a new directive on school buses. He said that school buses should be used for only academic purposes. He also gave an indication that anyone who might want to hire the school bus for non academic purposes should first seek permission from the ministry.
As a sign of unity in working together, three Members of Parliament from Baringo county today decided to jointly launch development projects in their constituencies. The three first term Mps, Daniel Tuitoek of Mogotio, Charles Kamuren of Baringo South and Joshua Kandie of Baringo Central commissioned various projects in their respective constituencies jointly.
Three MPs from Baringo County have threatened to file a motion that will see the Cabinet Secretary in charge of the Ministry of Education, Professor George Magoha, for allegedly issuing orders that disrupt the functioning of his ministry. Baringo South MP Charles Kamuren, Daniel Tuitoek (Mogotio) and Joshua Kandie of Baringo Central said the education sector was in danger of collapsing due to Professor Magoha's directives and policies which the minister embraces without consulting other stakeholders.
Cabinet Secretary for Education Prof George Magoha may be facing impeachment after threats from members of parliament from Baringo County who accused him over a directive banning school buses from being hired by villagers. According to Kenyans.co.ke, the MPs led by Baringo Central lawmaker Joshua Kandie, admonished CS Magoha over the directive arguing that the buses were bought with NG-CDF money.
Deputy President Dr William Ruto has ''stolen'' big from the Baringo county Senator Gedeon Moi. According to what the Deputy President wrote on his twitter page, the Deputy President reported that on Friday, he held a meeting with the Baringo county Political leaders. Ruto on his twitter page noted that he held a meeting at Eldama Ravine constituency which was led by the Baringo county governor Kiptis. The Deputy President also noted that Legislators Moses Lessonet from Eldama Ravine constituency, William Cheptumo
Members of Parliament from Baringo County have threatened to impeach Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha over his order banning schools from hiring out buses. Speaking in Baringo the MPs led by Baringo Central lawmaker Joshua Kandie, admonished CS Magoha over the directive arguing that school buses have been bought by NG-CDF money.