By Amunga Peter
The headlines in today’s Daily Nation must be condemned in the strongest terms possible. One will wonder;Why are we fed with this psyche daily by our foreign owned media houses? Are being told by this foreigners that we as KENYANS can never manage our own actions and sectors? This kind of negativity is undoing us.
The editors claim, that the just concluded KENYA CERTIFICATE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL EXAMS were rigged in favour of private schools.
It is a big lie. This exam was done according to high standards. In the entire story, there is no whim of evidence. The writers are making claims of how those who set the exam, shared with teachers in private schools of what to expect in the exam. This is far fetched. Every teacher in Kenya worth his salt, whether in a public school or private school, prepares their students for exams. Claiming that private school teachers predicated the question that appeared in the exam is to say the least unfortunate.
Education is the greatest equalizer. The Nation media is out to create divisions of private and public. Let them not use Education of our children as a tool of division. Let schooling be the avenue by which destinies are changed and doors are opened. I pray that all t
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