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HomeNewsKNEC NewsForm 4 students from Homa Bay thrashed the principal over "sugarless" porridge.

Form 4 students from Homa Bay thrashed the principal over “sugarless” porridge.

Form 4 students from Homa Bay thrashed the principal over “sugarless” porridge.

According to reports, some pupils at God-Bura Secondary School in the Suba South constituency attacked and hurt their school principal. As a result, investigations into the event have started.

Following reports that Collins Omondi, the principal, had been the target of hits and kicks from irate students for what they saw to be poor school management, Ministry of Education representatives began investigating the incident.

It is said that on Friday morning, the pupils broke into the principal’s home.

Before beating him, they allegedly threw him out for letting the chefs serve them porridge without sugar.

They connected the institution’s poor administration to the serving of oatmeal without sugar.

Omondi was also charged with sending pupils home without paying their tuition.

The principal suffered cuts to several body parts, including the skull.

The bulk of Form 4 students, according to police accounts, banded together with students in lower Form to attack their teacher.

They gave Omondi instructions to go with them to the Magunga police station so they could take a statement. According to the report, the pupils requested an explanation from the teacher about the use of school monies.

When the teacher attempted to refuse to accompany the pupils to the police station, the students went crazy and started attacking him.

After a while, the cops brought him to the station and freed him from the enraged student.

Paul Mbara, chairman of the Suba South Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association, denounced the assault, stating that parents and students are not permitted to hit instructors in schools.

He said that the instructor’s chest was also hurt.

Omondi was referred to another facility for an X-ray after being brought to Magunga level IV hospital for a medical evaluation.

“Attacking educators is not a way to address issues that schools are facing. Alternative methods of resolving disputes ought to exist, according to Mbara.

He voiced worry that the situation would worsen and cause further issues, which might result in pupils performing poorly.

According to Homa Bay County Police Commander Samson Kinne, the Ministry of Education is also conducting an investigation into the situation.

“We would like to find out who is responsible for the students’ behavior. According to Kinne, a few parents are allegedly participating in the situation and were observed encouraging the pupils to attack the teacher.

Form 4 students from Homa Bay thrashed the principal over “sugarless” porridge.

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