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Students walk out of school to protest poor exam results



More than 700 students of Ololulunga Boys High School in Narok South Sub-County went on rampage on Sunday night, protesting the school’s poor performance in the last two years.

Narok South Deputy Sub-County Commissioner Felix Kisalu said majority of the students trekked several kilometers to their homes, with the school left with between 130 and 200 students who hail from far flung areas.

“When we received information that the boys were leaving the compound, the whole security team swung into action and tried to plead with the students not to leave the school compound at night but our pleas fell on deaf ears. Only between 150 to 200 out of the 900 students remained in the school,” the Sub-County County Commissioner said.

A team of police officers led by Ololulunga OCS Gilbert Ngao had a rough time trying to persuade the students not to leave the school compound but the learners were adamant. Crisis meeting Some of the students who spoke to People Daily in Narok town yesterday morning accused the school’s principal Jacob Odera of failing to address their grievances.

“We have raised issues that we want addressed in the school, but there has never been any tangible action by the administration,” said a Form Three student who requested not to be named for fear of victimisation.


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