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Kenyan Parents Hilariously Say They Have Eaten Fees After School Reopening Is Announced

Kenyan parents
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu had postponed school reopening. Photo/X.

The government announced schools will reopen on Monday, May 13.

The decision was made due to improved weather forecasts, indicating a reduction in heavy rains that had forced the postponement of school reopening.

On social media, some Kenyan parents hilariously claimed they had eaten school fees thinking schools wouldn’t reopen soon.

Here are some of the hilarious reactions.

Wazazi walikunywa school fees wakiona jua wanaskia ku faint – Ole Teya posted.

To be quite honest with you guys. Most parents never expected schools to reopen that fast. Sema kimeumana – Mohamed Onyango said.

As a parent, you always must be responsible despite government pronouncements. I sympathise with fellow parents who have difficulties in getting school fees lakini kama mtu amekunywa hio pesa he deserves no sympathy – Mumba Abu shared.

We ate school fees already. We aren’t ready for Monday. Mungu Baba – Mairura Jared said.

Back to school. Msiweke school fees ya watoto kwa aviator – Meshack Ole Nampaso added.

WoK earlier reported on the outrage by parents after late notice on the reopening of schools.

Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu said they have received information that some schools have been adversely affected by the ongoing floods.

The CS said the lives of learners and school staff will be in danger due to the situation on the ground after the heavy rains.

“The devastating effects of the rains in some of the schools are so severe that it will be imprudent to risk the lives of learners and staff before water-tight measures are put in place to ensure adequate safety of all affected school communities,” Machogu added.