Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i has assured members of public of sufficient security ahead of Kenya National Examinations.
Speaking at Kereri Girls secondary school in Kisii County where he commissioned a new dormitory, Dr. Matiang’i said a team comprising security officers has been set up to ensure a smooth running of the examination.
Matiang’i sentiments came even as KNEC warned that it was monitoring activities in some schools that bordered on trying to compromise the exams.
He put on notice those who had encroached onto school land saying that they will be met with the full force of the law.
Separately, relevant stakeholders are being urged to support schools with special needs students to make their environment conducive for learning.
The call was made by officials of the Hindu Religious and County Service Centre (HRSC) at the St. Francis Special School for the hearing impaired in Cherangany constituency, Trans Nzoia County where they had gone to make their annual donation.
The Asian community in Kitale under the umbrella of Hindu Religious and Service Centre (HRSC) is changing dozens of lives of the less fortunate in the society especially students with special needs.
The community that has been donating foodstuff and other nonfood items to special needs schools in the region for the last five years.
Now they are appealing to education stakeholders and other well-wishers to join hands and assist the schools establish proper structures to enhance mobility of students and learning.
PJ Dodia – HRSC Community Member Albert Macharia a member of the business community in Kitale also made the same request adding that the school requires financial support to erect a fence and procure teaching aids.