Joseph Maina from Mwea Brethren Schools says, “When they told us that the school was to reopen in January 2021, that’s when my brain started working late at night and somehow I told my wife in the middle of the night, we stay here we die, let us think of something which can feed us.”
Below is the full report by SABC Kenya’s Correspondent. Sarah Kimani:
The decision by Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta to reopen the economy while leaving learning institutions closed has been met with mixed reactions.
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