Ensure kids’ safety during the long December holiday
Schools have closed for the December holiday, which happens to be two months. This is too much time for students to be idling around. Parents ought to be on the lookout and ensure their children don’t engage in drug and substance abuse and early sex. They should be keen to prevent unnecessary consequences such as early pregnancies and addiction. They should not only monitor their movement but also the people they associate with. Peer pressure is real and may lead their children to engaging in activities that will negatively affect their education and lives.
LORRAINE KWOBA Kakamega