Jubilee MP faults Govt over increased cases of unrest in schools
22 June 2016, 11:59
Nakuru - Njoro MP, Joseph Kiuna has accused Ministry of Education officials of laxity in addressing unrest in schools.
Kiuna took faulted the Ministry for failing to produce a report on its finding on the causes of fire incidences in schools.
“We need to have a comprehensive report from the Ministry of Education over the fire incidences. So far, the officers are tight lipped as parents continue to suffer due to burnt properties,” he lamented.
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He was speaking at the St Francis Lare Secondary School where he challenged the Ministry of Education to address the matter before it is too late.
His sentiments come in the wake of unrest in more than five schools in Nakuru County this term.
Dormitories at Michinda (Elburgon), Kambala (Molo), Kirobon Girls and Boys (Rongai), Mau Narok Secondary and the administration block of Shiners Boys have been consumed by fire.
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