Retain Students in School Despite Less Fees Payment
Written by Dickens Ochieng on November 24, 2021
School heads in Homabay County have been urged to be calm at this time that students are reporting back to school after three days mid term break. they have been told not to send them back home for fees if they come to school with less fees since parents are really going through a hard time more so those in small business enterprises.
Speaking to Sky FM in Homabay town, Homabay County traders chairperson Geofrey Okoth popularly known as Onduso told the school heads to be patient and not keep students on the road every now and again.
Speaking on business in Homabay town, Onduso told the chairperson of the traders at Homabay pier to come up with rules that will guide the selling of fish from Naivasha. he told him to ensure that the lorries ferrying fish from Naivasha bring fish only twice in a week, that is Monday and Friday so as to ensure that those from lake Victoria also get ample time to sell their fish since the fish from Naivasha are being sold at lower prices and this affect local fish mongers.