What administrators can learn from efficient colonial system
The initial regimes used the DCs and DOs to suppress dissent. In the first two decades, these administrators were semi-gods who were feared.
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Top alumni gather to mark school’s 80th anniversary
In early 1934, a group of young boys dressed only in khaki shorts became the first students to be admitted to Kisii School, a colonial government institution that sought to train young Africans to take over the few available white-collar jobs.
ERIC ABUGA | 7 years ago
Male student, 17, dies in girls’ secondary school dormitory
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