NO HOLIDAY FOR PRIVATE SCHOOL. COURT RULES.

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KENYA PRIVATE SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION GETS ORDERS TO CONTINUE LEARNING (2)

Kenya Private Schools Lawyer Muturi Kamande for Kenya Private Schools Association (Centre) accompanied by officials of the association Daniel Mwambu Mwamati (left) and CEO Peter Ndoro, after they obtained orders suspending the government directive to close private schools due to the on-going teachers strike in the public schools until their case is heard and determined on outside Milimani law courts on on Monday 21 September, 2105.
BY SAM ALFAN.
High courts have allowed go a head to private schools to continue with studies for the third term.
Justice Mumbi Ngugi stayed the circular issued by the Cabinet Secretary for Education calling for closer of all schools in the country due the ongoing teachers strike.
The judge said that private school have not been part to teachers strike, saying that their are parents and Teachers Service Commission.
Kenya Private Schools Association, through lawyer Muturi Kamande, told the court about two million both pupils and secondary school will suffer if they are not allowed to continues with their studies.
The lawyer told the court parent have already paid their fee in full for this term and ongoing teachers strike has nothing do with private schools
The court directed that the application be served upon the CS Education and attorney general and matter be heard inter parties on 24 September 2015

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