The Star (Nairobi)

4 February 2013

Kenya: Beware of Fraudsters Parents Cautioned

Parents have been cautioned not to fall prey to fraudsters promising to get form 1 slots at a fee. Education secretary Enos Oyaya also says parents who don't want to take their children to the schools they have been admitted to, to take it up with the principals and not the ministry.

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