Raila gives his trademark salute for the dead at Precious Talents School [Video]

Raila honours 8 pupils who died at Precious Talents School

Special AU envoy Raila Odinga gives his trademark salute for the dead for 8 pupils who died at Precious Talents School

Special AU envoy Raila Odinga on Friday attended the memorial service for eight pupils who perished in the Precious Talents School classroom collapse tragedy.

The former Prime Minister, who was received by area MP John Kiarie, took his time to look at pictures of the eight pupils that ere on display.

He also gave his trademark salute after seeing all eight pictures, an act that he has not done publicly in a while.

PS Belio Kipsang orders all unregistered schools to be closed

Following the tragedy, Education Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang on Friday also announced that all unregistered primary schools should be closed with immediate effect.

He added that all schools that will be found flouting the rules and conditions set during registration will also be closed and learners transferred.

The memorial was just a day after the school owner Moses Wainaina was arrested following a site visit by the DPP Noordin Haji and DCI boss George Kinoti.

The Nairobi County government promised to settle funeral expenses for the pupils who perished in the tragedy.

Here is a video clip of Mr Odinga at Ng'andu Ward, Dagoretti South Constituency courtesy of Citizen TV.

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