Lucy from Nakuru has Painfully narrated how her Inlaws kicked her out by burning her house. This happened after they buried her husband who died mysteriously. They kicked her out together with her 8 children. Lucy was born in a humble background in Nakukuru, After completing her primary education, she didn't manage to join secondary school due to a lack of school fees.
Property worth thousands of shillings was destroyed after fire gutted down a dormitory at a secondary school in Kisii County. Learning at Musa Nyandusi Kegati High School was disrupted in the early Tuesday morning incident. The fire destroyed beddings and students’ personal belongings leaving 77 students without a place to sleep.
A couple of universities and schools not simply give a lot of data to students yet moreover give a peaceful environment to learning. Coming up next are the ten wonderful schools concerning system; Kenyatta university With its colossal grounds, KU sorts out some way to stay aware of its appearance through particularly stayed aware of bloom nurseries and yards that match the very current designs of the chief grounds in Ruiru.
His name is Kiragu Koome. He is a 61-year-old man hailing from Meru county who is the husband to Kenya's current Chief justice and president of Supreme court, Martha Koome who is the first female chief justice in the country. The duo are blessed with three bright children.
Kenya is among the countries that highly invest in education.It has numerous schools that overs primary,secondary and university education,today am going to talk about high schools with most beautiful infrastructure in Kenya. 1.Kapsabet Boys High School Kapsabet boys is among the first institution to be established in Kenya during colonial period.This school has numerous buildings that are strongly built and a big beautiful compound that is well landscaped.
With just about less than a month since William Samoei Ruto's victory was upheld by the Supreme Court of Kenya. William Ruto continued to create a friendly environment with the developed countries. Having delegated Uhuru Kenyatta some of his duties, many raised their eyebrows as they expected the least of the same. However, last evening, President William Ruto explained why he let his predecessor, Uhuru Kenyatta, continue leading peace initiatives in Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) despite
Competency based curriculum emphasizes on the complex outcomes of learning process across all sectors of learning such as primary schools, secondary schools and all other level of learning. Across the three linguistic communities in Kenya have term the new curriculum that was introduced by odhiambo commission to be expensive.
Parents have asked President William Ruto to clarify how his administration plans to charge school fees and any additional costs that may arise as a result of the Competency-Based Curriculum review (CBC). The guardians are specifically asking how the government will cover a portion of junior secondary school fees if Ruto maintains CBC.
Every politician would want the best system of education for children because for one reason it is their children who will carry forth their legacy that they have built and William Samoei Ruto is no exception to that.The incoming head of state Mr William Samoei Ruto is a proud father to five lovely children who have gone through the best schools that money can offer within the country and today we want to tell you the schools each one of them attended.
George Wajackoyah who was amongst the four presidential aspirants in the 2022 election has shared a photo of his grandson. Wajackoyah is a former spy with the National Intelligence Service and a lawyer.He shared that photos of the grandson whom he alleges is a freshman.He revealed that the grandson started school in Spain.
The government is now mulling toward the placing of 1,324,343 8-4-4 (1.2M Leaners) Junior learners in secondary schools as they transit to private schools by the year 2023. Education C.S George Magoha is now pushing for the implementation of this idea in private schools from junior schools with parents expected to pay school fees. The Kenya Private of schools association Chair Charles ochoche the association adopted this idea as it had pledged to construct 5000 classrooms with one million learners who will transit
Kenyan parents and guardians will be required to dig even deeper into their wallets and pockets if the most recent changes proposed by the Ministry of Education are put into practice, the cabinet secretary for education Professor George Magoha has pushed for Six students In grade six to kick off their Junior Secondary education in private institutions instead of the public ones comes the year 2023.
Photo courtesy. 13 Pupils from a local primary school are currently admitted in hospital after sustaining critical injuries while at school. According to the reports,the pupils were reportedly attending their afternoon classes when a strong wind blew away the roof of their class. Confirming the incident,the area police boss Mr Mutembei noted that the pupils were injured by roofing material and part of the wall that collapsed on them.
Narok senator Ledama Olekina has disclosed that he built his farm manager a house valued at KSh 1.1 million. In a statement shared on his Facebook on Saturday, September 24, Ledama said the two-bedroomed house is self-contained. He added that the house is comfortable and any youth would relish staying in such when starting out, adding that it only took two months to complete.
The government of William Samoei Arap Ruto has cancelled a part of the Mau Mau road that was supposed to link four counties. This happened not long after Uhuru Kenyatta opened the road. A message sent by the government through the Kenya National Highways Authority canceled the 54-kilometer Uhuru megaproject that was to connect the counties to Nyandarua via the Aberdare Forest, according to the Standard (KeNHA).
Mombasa city is the second greatest and most prepared metropolitan city in Kenya. Organized along the shores of the Indian Ocean, this city is home to presumably the tallest designs in Kenya. In this article, we highlight presumably the tallest designs in Mombasa and the modelers who gather them. 10. Cannon Towers The construction is one of the city's achievements and shows up at up to 49 meters above sea level. The construction which has 13 stories was worked by Sendrum II Limited Company and offers retail
If the most recent modifications proposed by the Ministry of Education are put into practice parents could need to dig even further into their wallets. George Magoha the cabinet secretary for education has pushed for Grade Six students to begin their Junior Secondary education in private institutions rather than in public ones in 2023.
In Kisumu County, more than 100 families have left their houses when the River Nyando burst its banks. 500 additional households are now living on the edge because of the floods after having their homes abandoned by flooding. The settlements of Kaloo South and Kasambura/Kamahawa have been impacted by the torrential rain that has been lashing Western Kenya.
Parents have received bad news ahead of school reopening, as it has emerged that they may be forced to dig deeper into their pockets if the Ministry of Education's recent changes are implemented. The Ministry of Education has proposed a review of the current fee structure, which could result in an increase in the amount of money parents pay.
Prof. Alfred Amenya has today sharply differed with his VC over the introduction of new courses with Fancy names into his school. Professor Amenya is an acting professor at the University of Nairobi and the Dean at the Technical University of Kenya. He said fancy names corrupt the quality of education and give a false impression of a given course, through his Tweeter handle he said;