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MP leads parents to evict school head in Kangundo

By By Standard Reporter Updated Wednesday, August 21st 2013 at 00:00 GMT +3
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Kangundo, Kenya: Kangundo MP Kyengo Maweu on Tuesday led parents in evicting a secondary school head.

Business at the neighbouring Kawethei Market came to a near standstill as the MP led parents to Kawethei Secondary School where they locked up the principal’s office before closing the school gate.

The MP has been accusing the school’s principal of alleged mismanagement, which he claims had led to poor performance in national examinations.

“We are closing down this institution until such a time when a new principal shall be installed,” said Mr Maweu. 

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