What you need to know:

  • Learners across the country are reporting to school for second term amid growing concerns of safety
  • President Ruto pledged to deploy a team to deal with the challenges that have come with the rains to enable a smooth learning process.

Learners across the country are reporting to school and resuming classes for second term amid growing concerns of hygiene and safety.

Students in both private primary and public schools are also reporting today.

A spot check by Ghetto Radio this morning at Moi Avenue Primary revealed a grim situation low turnout as learners were report

Learners who reported spent the better part of the morning session cleaning the classroom and other facilities within the school compound.

Ministry officials led by Education and Water Cabinet Secretaries Ezekiel Magochu and Belio Kipsang are respectively conducting tours in Nyeri and Kiambu counties to assess the schools’ state of preparedness.

This comes as the Education Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang maintained that schools will reopen on 13th May 2024 for second term.

He said a multi-agency team set up by President William Ruto will be able to deal with the challenges that have come with the rains to enable a smooth learning process.

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