CS education George Magoha has entered review for issuing an impulsive order ordering seminaries to close on Tuesday to make space for choices.
Akello Misori, the general clerk of Kuppet, stated in a statement on Monday that it’s unhappy for scholars to return to class on August 11, two days after the choices.
“ This is outright impracticable, since the choices will take nearly a week to conclude. also, parents need reasonable time to assess whether their children can travel and settle in seminaries safely, ” Misori said.
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The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education preceptors master said studies should renew on August 15.
Misori nominated Magoha’s directive as hasty saying the CS didn’t consult education stakeholders before making the decision on academy check.
This indeed as Magoha said in a statement the decision was arrived at after “ farther consultations. ”
“ Any stakeholder with a licit interest in the academy timetable would have advised against the hasty decision, ” Misori said.
On Monday, Magoha directed all seminaries to release learners on Tuesday for medial term to enable medication for the conduct of the August 9 general choices.
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Misori said Magoha had sufficient time to decide when learners should take a break because he knew seminaries would be used as polling and tallying centers.
“ The check will seriously disrupt the delivery of the class. utmost seminaries had listed internal examinations ahead of the original check date on August 16, ” Misori said.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission published a review notice publicizing that over 250 seminaries would serve as tallying centers.
While 230 seminaries in a many electorates will serve as third schedule constituency tallying centers, another 17 advanced education institutions will serve as county tallying centers.
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