School deaths prove State left accountability to accountants

Deputy President William Ruto wishes one of the students injured during a stampede at Kakamega Primary School good health, at Kakamega hospital on February 4, 2020. PHOTO | ISAAC WALE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • A harsher penalty should be meted out on school safety instructors who sleep on the job because this is not the first time it is happening.
  • We cannot even correctly arrange wood planks on four corners to build a safe classroom, and we want to assure Kenyans that we are ready to build a nuclear power plant?

As Kenyans were settling in for the new week, devastating news came through that a stampede had occurred at Kakamega Primary School, killing 14 boys and girls and sending to hospital many more.


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