Magoha threatens students to do exams under tree after Kisumu Boys fire incident

You will do tests under a tree on the off chance that need be,” these are the expressions of Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha while answering the Saturday morning fire at Kisumu Boys High School.

As per Kisumu Deputy County Commissioner, Mr Hussein Alason Hussein, the reason for the fire what began 8:30am is yet to be laid out.

A quarters and nine study halls were obliterated in the fire. Applicants are supposed to sit for their last tests of the year in November and Prof Magoha said nothing will prevent this from occurring.

“I don’t fret over kids consuming schools, on the off chance that you consume a school you will remake it, and you will do your tests under a tree or under a latrine it doesn’t make any difference yet you will in any case do the tests. The issue is with the guardians at home, assuming you feel that by consuming the school you won’t do tests you should not be insightful in light of the fact that,” Magoha said.

Magoha. Kisumu Boys
A file image Magoha

Schools formally resumed on August 18 after a short conclusion to consider the democratic cycle in the fair closed General Election.

During a press preparation the CS likewise said schools won’t close again due to decisions even with the gubernatorial political race in Mombasa and Kakamega regions yet to be held.

Prof Magoha said it will be superfluous for students, particularly those in life experience schools, to return home again because of races. He said during the decisions, schools will guarantee that they give study halls to IEBC to casting a ballot without upsetting students.

Prof Magoha likewise said that the school schedule dates and the Kenya National Examinations dates won’t be changed except if a further choice is arrived at by the new Cabinet Secretary of Education.

He expressed, tests for Standard Eight, Form Four and Grade Six have been set and prepared for organization on the planned November dates.

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