Shake Up In Kajiado Schools As New Principals Report To Stations

Kajiado News Update

Kajiado News Update

We are bold in presenting our news as we move to all Maa counties across the country.

Principal Fanice Manyala, who steered her school in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination to position 80 country-wide, has been moved to Kalanya Girls in Busia County.

Her place has been taken by Regina Gathara, while James Mungai from Elbargon High School is the new Oloolaiser principal after Alex Maina went to Kamusinga Boys in Bungoma county.

County TSC director Daniel Cherutoi said Marion Kithinji is the new Bissil Girls Secondary School principal. She was transferred from Kirigara Girls in Meru.

Cherutoi said the outgoing Principal, Naomi Kuria has been moved to Kiangima Girls School in Meru.

Outgoing Ereteti Mix Secondary School Principal, Florence Wairimu has been moved to another school in Kitui and has now been replaced by Regina Kasusya.

The county TSC director said Kimana Girls Principal Sally Ndungu left for Kimnai Girls in Elgeyo Marakwet and has been replaced by Mary Kipkemoi.

The new Iloodokilani Mixed Secondary School is Jackson Salaon as Patrick Wambua takes over at Kuku Secondary school, Kajiado South.

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