I know parents will miss me when I’m gone, Magoha says

Education CS George Magoha on Monday shared a light moment with Kenyan parents before he bows out.

Parents have always found themselves in confusion when Magoha makes a decision that affects them.

This includes the most recent abrupt school closure directive during the polls.

But Magoha said most decisions are not meant to hurt parents, they are out of goodwill.

“I know they say I make a lot of noise but parents will miss me because of the good work I’ve done for them,” he said.

Magoha also addressed the issue of a 27-year-old man who allegedly stabbed his mother to death in Kisumu County.

The deceased mom is said to be a deputy principal.

Magoha requested parents to always spend quality time with their children.

“Don’t say that shule zifunguliwe warudi shule wanakula sana, treasure every moment you spend with them,” Magoha said.

He urged that parents should put aside the monetary benefit they give to their children and focus on emotional wellbeing.

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