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Protest at Maasai girls High School over sexual harassment

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On Tuesday morning students from Maasai girls High School walked out of school in protest of sexual harassment.

The more than seven students claimed that one of their teaches has been asking for sexual favours from them and even attempted to molest one of them.

The teacher is said to have been recruited by the school management board.

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Parents of some of the students joined the protest forcing the school to be closed for a week to pave way for investigation.

Speaking Nation school principal rose Kotek said that “We have started investigations into the claims and we will work jointly with the Ministry of Education to establish what has been happening,”

This month their was a rape incident at Moi Girls high school where a student was said to have been raped.

Blame game

Rose Kotek said that she was shocked that the PTA chairman knew about the issue but did nothing about it.

However the PTA chairman points an accusing finger to the school principals saying that she is protecting the accused teacher.

The incident has seen been intervened by Narok North Sub County Education Commissioner Samuel Sankale who said that he sent officers to investigate the matter.

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Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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