Kenya Teachers says that Cash shortage has affected running of schools

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Kenya Secondary school heads have called on the Education ministry to fast-track approval of extra levies for their institutions to enable them complete development projects.

Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association  (KSSHA ) chairman Kahi Indimuli said delay in approving the request, made in January, had affected operations in schools.

“We are calling on the ministry to approve our request. This will enable us complete development projects,” he said.

Mr Indimuli,said the government’s silence on the matter had negative consequences.

“It has affected a number schools that had initiated development projects on the assumption that they would be financed by parents. These institutions are now unable to complete their projects,” he said.

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