Kenya's Education Boss Not Keen to Bring Back Corporal Punishment

Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has said she's against the re-introduction of corporal punishment as it violates students' rights. This comes after National Assembly Deputy Minority Whip Chris Wamalwa said Members of Parliament are thinking seriously about re-introducing caning as a disciplinary measure in schools to avert the escalating unrest.

Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed speaks to reporters during the launch of a board of management manual at the Kenya Education Management Institute in Nairobi.

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