Five teach­ers ar­rested, taken to Lang’ata po­lice sta­tion for hol­i­day tuition classes

The Star (Kenya) - - Politics General -

Five teach­ers were yes­ter­day ar­rested and locked up at Lang’ata po­lice sta­tion af­ter they were found con­duct­ing hol­i­day tuition at House of Grace Church in Lang’ata.

The ar­rest fol­lowed a tip-off that teach­ers had been con­duct­ing hol­i­day tuition for three weeks at the church premises. Ed­u­ca­tion PS Be­lio Kip­sang dis­patched a team of Ed­u­ca­tion of­fi­cers to the school.

The team found the teach­ers hold­ing hol­i­day tuition for more than 50 stu­dents from var­i­ous schools on Lang’ata Road.

The of­fi­cials were ac­com­pa­nied by of­fi­cers from Nyayo Sta­dium Po­lice Post, led by In­spec­tor Agnes Makau.

Qual­ity as­sur­ance and stan­dards of­fi­cer John Okiya told the stu­dents to go home un­til Jan­uary 4, when schools reopen. Okiya was with ed­u­ca­tion of­fi­cers Peter Kirika and Fran­cis Kai­tany.

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