As schools reopen yet for another busy term parents and teachers are now experiencing more pressure due to the high cost of living and the congested term as teachers are wondering on how to squeeze the lessons into 20 days of active teaching owing to the jam parked extra curriculum activities lined up.
The start of second term follows a very short break of one week and parents and teachers are feeling the heat. School principals are in a dilemma whether to increase fees or change the diet in order to navigate through the challenges that come with the high prices on basic commodities.
Given that most schools are gazetted as polling stations, the ministry of education may need to adjust the education calendar to ensure that learners take their midterm break before elections.
Teachers are facing challenges on how o to squeeze the lessons in order to fit into the academic calendar as the term will run for ten weeks with only twenty days of active teaching.
by Dianah Eboso
Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor resigns
Professor Paul Wainaina notifies them of reports on leadershipchanges in the university
Emotionally addressing Kenyatta University staff,Professor Paul Wainaina notifies them of reports on leadershipchanges in the university explaining that the changes are due to his resistance to give away the institution’s land to the WHO as requested by the state .
This was due to a directive given to him by the university council from meetings and several letters by the head the public service Joseph Kinyua instructing the university to cede nearly 1000acres of land;While president Uhuru also is harshly condemning his act on holding Government property.
Revealing the content in the letters sent to him few days ago;the state orders the university to surrender it’s title deed ,demanding the university council to submit a letter of understanding to the expected holders to enable themcarry the planned activities . by Naema celestine
People living with disabilities calls out for government attention
People living with disabilities in the country have raised their voices and asked the government to recognize them through nominations.
People living with disabilities in the country have come forward and demanded the government to recognize them by granting them government titles through nominations. It is alleged that people living with disabilities in 17 counties in the country have been abandoned in the last five years which was against the country’s constitution…
People living with disabilities in the country have raised their voices and asked the government to recognize them through nominations. They have said that they are supposed to take part in the government as per the constitution. They have raised their complains that in the last five years, people with disabilities had no representatives in 17 counties.
They have further complained on the issue of insecurity, saying that they are not given the security that they are supposed to be given not only in Kenya but also in the whole world saying that they suffer most when conflict arises.
They have also said that they have hope in the coming general election that it will be different and they will be included in the government.
Serikali ya Jubilee yapewa asilimia 46 kwa uchunguzi uliofanywa na AMNESTI INTERNATIONAL
AMNESTI wameikashifu sana utendakazi wa jubilee yenye imechangia pakubwa kudorora kwa usalama , mauaji yasiyo ya kawaida , ukiukaji wa haki za kibinadamu na pia kupanda kwa gharama ya maisha
serikali ya jubilee imefeli kuwalinda wakenya , imekiuka haki za kibinadamu kwa kuwahamisha watu bila ya kutoa fidia
hata hivyo , serikali ya jubilee pia imejukumika kuimarisha barabara , huduma za afya na utetezi wa haki kwa watu wenye jinsia mbili . amnesti international wamesema kwamba serikali hii ya jubilee itakumbukwa kwa mambo mengi hasi kuliko chanya .
Huku ikisalia siku chache tu kabla ya uchaguzi mkuu ,kauli mbiu na ya kuzingatiwa kwa serikali ijayo ni kuipa kipao mbele haki za kibinadamu ,kuheshimu wakenya na kuimarisha uchumi
by FANTASTONE MUTAMA