Kenya: Drug Tests for Secondary Students
By Maureen Waruinge, 10 November 2012
Secondary schools will be asked to consider administering random drug tests every school term.
Parents Association Secretary General Musau Ndunda says this may reduce the rise in student's unrest.
More than 100 schools have closed down over the last two weeks as students protest extended school terms.
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