CS Amina issues new directive to affect all Kenyan schools
The directive takes effect immediately
She added that any other arrangement to have students in school before or after the said time will be illegal.
The Education CS gave the directive on Tuesday when she appeared before the National Assembly Education Committee to give a report on the recent unrest among students.
In the report, CS Amina noted that 107 cases of unrest in secondary schools were reported with Eastern, Rift Valley and Nyanza recording the highest numbers of unrest at 40, 25 and 20 respectively.
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