Matiang'i has not just outshone his masters but he has also made them look pretty bad and incompetent. In fact, the biggest joke in the streets, in bars, and on social media is; instead of president Uhuru asking Kenyans "Mnataka nifanye nini?" on corruption, he should simply ask Matiang'i and his "small problem" will be sorted out ASAP.
If we were serious about cancelling exams because of cheating, then the entire last year's KCSE exams should have been cancelled ASAP. Punishing a few among many thieves is not a solution. What we are teaching those who stole the exams and got away with it is that, it is ok to steal so long as you don't get caught! That the end justifies corrupt means!
TATA MADIBA SAID Give us all our rightful education, and we will offer the future world direction, Boys and girls without discrimination, all must get it for the mind’s emancipation, As a girl I ask for no favor in education, since I have already focused on my destination The most powerful weapon is education, which... Continue Reading →
What is the purpose of education? No one captures the most apt answer to this question better than Martin Luther King, Jr. when he once said that, “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of... Continue Reading →
Some people might be disappointed by the lack of pomp and color that have always accompanied past announcements, in the releasing of this year's Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (K.C.P.E) RESULTS; but I see this as a welcome move, that has been long overdue for four reasons: To begin with. The hype created by... Continue Reading →