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Mutuini Chief Commends Parents’ Role in Fostering Education

By Kamadi Amata

Mutuini Location senior Chief Samson Kaindi has expressed heartfelt gratitudes to parents within Dagoretti sub-county, applauding their unwaring commitment and invaluable role in ensuring their pupils remain in schools.

Speaking exclusively to Mtaani Radio news desk, Kaindi said he appreciates efforts made by parents tio keep their children in school though there are some challanges.

“We appreciates the efforts being made by parents,to ensure that all the children are school, though we have one challenge about birth certificates. Many parents have not been able to obtain birth certicates for their pupils”, Said Kaindi.

Kaindi said the challange had been occationed by children born at home. He explained that when a child is born at home and for one reason or another a parent has failed to report, the child will not be given a birth notification.

“You see when you are born at home and not at hospital, sometimes you may not have a birth notification. But we have been able to assist by feeling forms and sending them to register of birth. The children have been able to obtain bierth certicates and gone back to school”, added Kaindi.

This follows complaints from head teachers who are struggling to enroll learners in the National Education Management Information System (NEMIS).

In his address, Kaindi acknowledged parents and gurdians sacrifices and dedication, highlighting the profound impact they have on shaping the future of the younger generation.

Chief Kaindi recognized that their steadfast support and encouragement not only fostered a nurturing educational environment but also instilled a strong sense of responsibility and aspiration in the pupils.

In a research that was released Last week by Zizi Afrique Foundation, overal, a mix of individuals are involved in enforcing the 100% transition policy including the local administration, which consists of the chief and sub-chiefs who play a critical role; parents are also perceived as critical players bu village and school heads.

The research found out that chiefs had a bigger say in ensuring 100% transition rate at 71% followed by Sub-Chied at 52%. Ironically parents Came in third at 51% while village heads came in fouth at 42%. School teachers and or Headteachers had an influence of 24%

The research was counted in four sub counties of Dagoretti, Cheptais, Kahuro and Sololo.

On their part, parents urged the government to make the process efficient.

“This will ensure that children do not miss out on examinations and capitation,” Timothy Mkenya, a parent, Said.

The meeting brought together parents, educational administrators, and various stakeholders in the education sector.

Kamadi Amata
Kamadi Amata
I am a digital content creator with niche in Health, politics, and Human Interest Features.

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