KDF Colonel Reveals The Painful Side Of KDFs After He Onced Had to Watch His 2 Friends Getting Killed For most people, joining the Kenyan Defense Forces is a dream that many kenyans hope for or maybe, even look up to and for this reason, Alot of Kenyans often show up for the recruitment process whenever it's announced.
In a TV interview on Sunday, November 20, Maiyo recalled how his team was ambushed by a group of 1,000 al Shabaab militants. He noted that, during the 2012 battle, the enemy attacked from three directions during the battle that fire exchange at 4 a.m. until 2 p.m. Their attack was coordinated by use of whistles like a football match.
Schools principals and heads of various institution are once again in limelight for living extravagant life beyond their income. Despite the Teachers Service Commission coming up with wealth declaration audit before the end of December 30th. There is a certain push from parents that the government should audit the lifestyle of Principals and heads.
Photo :Students during closing day The National Parents Association Chairman Nicholas Maiya has revealed out that it will reach the Education Ministry to request school heads to allow parents to pay term two school fees within two weeks from opening date. Nicholas Makiyo stated that 10 days given by tge Ministry was less for parents to complete the Second term fees.
As indicated by the National Parents Association executive, Nicholas Maiyo, guardians and gatekeepers are worried that the legal choice could upset the training framework. Further, he expressed that the affiliation would address ten million guardians whose students' future remain in a precarious situation should the CBC framework be suspended.
Photo (Courtesy) Lawyer Nelson Havi has given two reasons why those opposing the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) stand a chance of winning the court case against the Ministry of Education. According to him, the details about the curriculum had been hidden for four years with no public documented information about it.
There has been many uncertainties over the reopening of schools in May due to some of the strict COVID-19 measures that Uhuru had introduced early this month. The Ministry of Education has however been insisting that schools would indeed resume in May as it had been planned. The declaration by Interior CS this week that the curfew in the five counties on lockdown would extend towards the end of May has however elicited mixed reactions on who schools would resume then. Education PS Jwan has finally delivered
Nicholas Maiyo who is the National Parents Association chairman has said they seek to join a case opposing the Competency-Based Curriculum. On Monday he said they will be on the defense of the new curriculum remarking that they are in support of the system. Maiyo who spoke at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development during the meeting with education stakeholders on the CBC said, “Our concern is the judicial decision that could disrupt our children’s education.
National Parents Association Chairperson Nicholas Maiyo revealed that most parents had made a request to have the Ministry of Education give a grace period of two weeks for them to get fees. He noted that most parents had lost their jobs and were financially struggling after the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged the economy.
The answer to the question about whether learning in the country would continue as planned has been uncertain. This is due to the spiking number of Covid 19 cases as well as the tough measures which are being enforced by the government. Furthermore, the Cabinet Secretary of the interior recently said that the lockdown in the five 'Red zone' counties would be extended up to the end of May. Parents who have their children learning in these lockdown counties have been asking themselves how their children will access
Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) is the Kenya's new system of education currently being tested on grade four students. It's more of being practical on real life situations especially current affairs in the society. Compared the 8-4-4 system which is theoretical, CBC seems to be better but tiresome to students and parents.
The problem is huge in Nyawa town, Elgeyo Marakwet County after a man decided to reunite with his estranged partner at his son-in-law's home.
The Kenyan government through the Ministry of Education has been working closely with the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government to ensure that all 2020 KCPE candidates join secondary schools. In simple terms the government want to achieve 100% transition from Primary to Secondary schools across the country.
According to Nation, Former Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa took two white men to the Office of Deputy President William Ruto, few moments before he was arrested over shillings 39.5 billion fake arms deal. It is reported that the white men had a bag when they visited DP Ruto's Office and as a requirement, the bag and their phones were taken by Ruto's staff and the visitors were ushered into the waiting room.
Nicholas Maiyo who is the National Parents Association chairman has said they are ready to join the case against the Competency Based Curriculum. Maiyo on Monday said they will be defending the new curriculum. He said that they are in support of the new system. Maiyo was saying at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development(KICD) during a consultation with the stakeholders of Education concerning the CBC program.
With the ongoing posts and arguments in the social media about the competency based curriculum recently introduced and already under implementation Prof Magoha CS ,for education shows his stand by saying that he will fight against the duel against the curriculum. Prof Magoha commended the government for introducing the curriculum and promised to mightly defend it in court.
It was recently announced by CS Magoha that learmers would resume their learning on may 10 as was indicated in the original calendar. There has seemed to be a controversy because CS Matiangi reported that the curfew would extended to the end of May. The worry right now is that the extension of the curfew and the cessation process might hinder the going back of learners to school. Despite the news of reopening schools, the plan to restrict movements in and out of the zoned counties have not been reviewed. These
Yesterday while addressing the nation during Labour Day Celebration, president Uhuru Kenyatta lifted Covid-19 containment measures.President Kenyatta delivered good news to students after directing that in-person learning in all learning Institutions to resume according to academic calendar.The move brought to an end the uncertainties in education on whether or not schools will reopen.
One man has been killed in Elgeyo Marakwet County after attempting to go after his estranged wife whom they had separated a few days ago due to domestic differences.
Covid 19 has caused a lot of deaths in the country and the entire world at large.Through this pandemic, Kenyans have lost their loved ones.