Ikanga parents storm school to evict headteacher after poor KCPE results

0
736
Nzambia Primary School whose roof was caving in when we featured the story last last month.

Parents and pupils of kwa song’e Primary School in Makele, Ikanga, Kitui South constituency paralysed learning at the institution on Monday, May 31 after they stormed to evict the headteacher, Mr Masila.

The parents complained of the administrator’s incompetence and mis management of school funds by colluding with certain individuals to withdraw money from the school’s account

It’s alleged funds to built a toilet for the learners cannot be traced.

Parents also accused the headteacher and another teacher, Mr Ivusyu of the school’s poor performance in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education.

Out of 61 candidates who sat for KCPE, only 3 scored over 200 marks with the rest scoring below 200 marks.

Since 2017 the school has been failing terribly” John Mutisya, a parent/charman of the school said.

They claimed the headteacher had never convened any parents-teachers meeting or school committee over the past one year.

The two teachers, Masila and Ivusyu, where accused of having developed a negative attitude towards the school community, attributing the tremendous drop in performance.

Facebook Comments Box
ALSO READ:  Kitui County Roads Minister calls for Ngilu's Reelection