Members of Kenya’s Senate Education Committee have raised concerns over the rise of private schools in the country with claims that some are operating illegally.

The legislators urged the ministry of education to investigate such schools in south b and south c estates, singled out By Senator Tabitha Mutinda and ensure the quality of education is not compromised.

The senator also said majority of the houses in the area are now being turned into learning institutions for teaching adult learners.

He warned that if the matter is not addressed, the quality of education and the security of the residents in south b and south c estate may be affected.

He emphasized that guidelines must be followed before any school is established in any part of the country.


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