Kenya: Rude Pupils Worry Teso School Head
By Reuben Olita, 1 February 2013
THE influence of Malaba border has affected students' discipline in Teso, Kamuriai secondary school principal has revealed.
Isaac Masika said some parents were contributing to gross indiscipline among learners by failing to supervise the dress code. "They allow girls to leave home in mini skirts for brothels. Which type of parent are you? Masika said.
Speaking during the commissioning of a Sh6m school bus project that has been sponsored by Amagoro CDF, Masika said he will not condone indiscipline at the institution.
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