Murang’a teachers threaten mass action over disappearance of Kiru Sec. Principal

By Caroline Kamau.

Teachers drawn from Murang’a County have issued a three days ultimatum to have regional security agencies unravel the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Kiru secondary school’s principal.

The teachers, who held a prayer service for their missing colleague, said security agents have failed to provide tangible leads on the disappearance of Solomon Mwangi close to a week after the incident happened.

It has been close to a week without a trace for Solomon Mwangi,  the head teacher of Kiru Boys secondary School in Murang’a county  who disappeared on the eve of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations  in an incident that has shocked the county and most especially the teaching fraternity.

Murang’a county KNUT representative Njoki Kamina who attended the church service for the rescue of Mwangi warned that the school heads might be forced to take action if the security personnel in Murang’a will not have found Solomon by Tuesday next week.

Mathioya MP Clement Wambugu who was also present during the prayers said he has been in contact with investigators who are working around the clock to ensure that Solomon is found.

On that matter, Murang’a women representative Sabina Chege differed with Wambugu and instead castigated the security personnel saying they are not doing enough to unravel the mystery behind Solomon’s disappearance.

Chege also vowed to call for adjournment of the national assembly on Tuesday and have the matter discussed if the school head will not have been found by then.






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