Celebrated gospel singer one Janet Muthoni and by the stage name Joy Janet has finally been able to mobilize huge following on his social media account. The young talented lady has been the subject of conversation in the music industry after releasing over 5 songs which got milllions of viewers.
Speaking during a live radio interview from State House, Nairobi, President Uhuru Kenyatta gave parents and gurdians hope for schools to reopen and also dismissed speculations that National Exams could be cancelled. Candidate's future has been a debate subject since schools were closed on March 15, with different opinions popping out. The President stated that the Ministry of Education will look at what measures to enable candidates to sit for KCPE and KCSE exams. There is also fear of disease outbreak in schools
Justice has been made to Solomon Mwangi was killed back in 2016. Principal Jane Muthoni and Isaac Nga'an'ga have been found guilty of killing Mwangi and the court has sentenced the two to a jail term of 30 years imprisonment. They were found guilty of killing Mwangi on 6 November 2016 after several months of planning.
Talking on schools resumption, different views are coming up on what should be done before the students and teachers resume their classes.This comes after the CS Secretary Prof George Magoha stated that there will be no change on the school calendar, meaning the students to report back to school as planned early.
During an interview on citizen t.v on Day break show,Nairobi county Executive of education Janet Muthoni has challenged the Kenyan government on the issue of closing private schools in Kenya.She challenged the government whether it will be able to absorb all the children in kenya if the private schools closes.
The government has not done much in terms of trying to support the schools and the education fraternity to fight COVID-19, says Janet Muthoni Ouko an Education Right Activist on Citizen Tv live. Janet says she is worried because she has not seen movement by the government towards adjusting Covid-19 protocols in schools. "It’s not fair for the government to just sit back and then make an announcement that we are opening in January," Janet Muthoni Ouko argues. However, Janet Muthoni feels that children are