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Nandi Demo

By | Feb 8th 2012 | 1 min read
Parents of Chepyagoris primary school in Nandi county are lamenting over the alleged mismanagement of the school by the head teacher. The angry parents led by the schools committee chairperson mark Tuwei walked to the district officer's office to lodge their complaints. They claim the school has not performed well in national examinations because of mismanagement. Learning in the school has been paralysed after a section of parents stormed the school demanding that the head teacher be removed.
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