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Professor George Magoha Has Suddenly Changed His Mind Over Reopening Of Kenyan Schools

Wangis 06/26/2020

The dream of reopening Kenyan schools in September is likely to be unachievable dream. The pilot in the education ministry professor George Magoha is completely not satisfied from the idea of schools having gradual reopening from September 2020. According to the most learned professor, reopening of schools in September will put lives of school learners at stake.

On his latest briefing on reopening of schools, professor George suggested that he would advise the president to have schools get reopened in January 2021. The unique suggestion is based on the increasing number of corona virus cases in the nation. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

George Magoha has occasionally shown his strong interest of having schools reopening in January as against the presidential directive. The CS has safety of school learners and entire staff at heart. More over, reopening in January could perhaps allow him more time to have all necessary measures installed in schools to control the spread of corona virus when learners resume studies. In this way, there will be enough time to monitor the unpredictable situations of corona virus in the nation. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Source: opera.com
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Top Comments
AnneWasike · 06/26/2020
It's ok but better keep quiet and tell parents which way forward after everything seems ok,than to say today September tmrw not sure,day after tmrw 2021 January,y all this madness,aren't u sure???,then mute professor
Ibraheem,Muh,d · 06/26/2020
GUEST_lVzpqQDMQ · 06/26/2020
u have atough time ,may the almighty God give u knowledge and wisdom that he gave Solomon during this Corona and children
+254-74892**** · 06/26/2020
I as a student I would like to go back to school because I have no time for studying at home because of allot of work am being given at home.

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