Donald Kipkorir who is among famous people on social media in Kenya today tweeted on his twitter page that Didmus Barasa is a principal founder of. He was dishonorably discharged from the army when a corporal, the lowest rank, but lied to the public he was discharged honourably as Major.
The corona virus continues to shake the school just weeks after students returned resumed learning with more schools having their students testing positive for the virus. This comes even as the cabinet secretary in charge of the Ministry of Education, Prof George Magoha acknowledged that the government is facing challenges to prevent students from contacting each other in school. However, he insisted that schools would not be closed "even if there was a third wave of infection". Kamusinga and Kimilili Boys are
The number of schools burning is on the increase. St. Luke's Kimilili Boys, Chesamis Boys' and the most current, Kimulot Boys' are among the schools that have been set ablaze. It is alleged that the dormitory might have been set ablaze by some students as they were against the Continuous Assessment Tests. There is nothing much that can be done to unruly students as the ministry has become overly protective. The banning of corporal punishment heralded the perishing of our beloved generation of children. The
Recently, there has been an upsurge in covid19 infections in the country which has caused alarm especially among the parents. So far, around 35 schools have reported the presence of the virus in school. This has seen 17 learners, 32 teachers and 4 non teaching staff testing positive for the virus. Several schools have been affected including Kimilili Boys and Kamusinga both in Bungoma County. On the other hand, the ministry of health has broken silence on school closure and re-opening in a latest report. The
Parents from Bungoma County had a sigh of relief after their children who were quarantined after testing positive for Coronavirus two weeks ago were confirmed negative and allowed back to school. Reports from The Star Kenya have it that 12 students from Friends School Kamusinga and Six from Kimilili Boys High School were taken to an isolation center 14 days ago having tested positive for Covid-19 but have now fully recovered. This is good news that we should all celebrate. To some of us who don't believe Covid-19
St Luke's Boys High School Kimilili students have also gone on rampage to demostrate against harrasment in the school. St Lukes Boys High School Kimilili Adminstration block, the school has been performing well but and has been on the good side in terms of discipline till the recent unrest, source files. The boys are said to have launched a protest after one of them, a form two student was molested by a prefect in the school. Students who spoke to journalists hinted out that a form two student was arrested by
January 4, 2021 will go down in history as the day schools opened doors for over 14 million learners who had spent atleast nine months at home due to Covid-19 pandemic. It was a day that saw alot of joy and jubilation among learners across the country as they were happy to reunite with their teachers and ready to continue with their studies. Days after re-opening, school started reporting cases of violent students behaviours towards their teachers, subordinate staffs and fellow students. As if that is not enough