Cancellation of academic calendar in Ken Nairobi
Cancellation of academic calendar in Kenya.
When COVID-19 started It looked like a China's problem. As time went by,it dawned to all it wasnt but a global challenge.
In Kenya,its impact was felt from 13th march 2020 when the first case was reported. A day after all schools were closed down to control the spread of the virus.
Schools have been closed since then.
Yesterday,Prof George Magoha the minister in charge of education gave out the much awaited communication on the resumption of the school calendar. In his communication he said that schools can only open in January 2021 for both primary and secondary schools.
He also pointed out that its only tertiary institutions that will resume studies in september. this year.
As a result,KCSE and KCPE 2020 have been cancelled to be undertaken later next year.
Parents have to bear the burden of taking care of their children a's they remain at home until next year. . about the school
Other News Nairobi
Kisumu Police Officer To Be Charged With Attempted Murder After Shooting Husband For Not Picking Calls
A Kisumu police officer has been arrested after she shot at her husband twice.
Administration officer Maureen Awuor, 35, attached to CIPU headquarters in Kisumu East, is said to have quarreled with her spouse on Sunday, July 5.
She accused him on not picking up her calls and giving their domestic worker Sh50 for lunch without consulting her.
Key points from Uhuru Kenyatta's speech:
▪️Curfew extended for another 30 days.
▪️Ban on Movement in and out of Nairobi, Mandera and Mombasa lifted.
▪️Places of worship to reopen with no more than 100 congregants. No worshipers below 13 or above 58
▪️Ministry of Education to issue resumption of 2020 school calendar no later than tomorrow .
▪️Public transport into and out of formerly restricted areas to get prior clearance. Only certified psvs will be allowed
▪️Local flights to resume on 15th July.
▪️International air travel to resume 1st August.
▪️Political gatherings still banned for a further 30 days
▪️Bars and night clubs to remain closed for a further 30 days
Other News Kenya
When a glass breaks you cannot mend it.it will be a waste. Covid 19 is real .it kills,causes depression and ignorance among other negatives.
Stand as you.do not engage in arguments that will endanger you life .more people have been affected mentally, physically and emotionally