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Why Are Kids Sitting At Their Desks In The Middle Of The Road?

Students placed their desks opposite a road, restraint morning rush hour traffic.

Moses Muoki/Kenya’s Capital News


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Moses Muoki/Kenya’s Capital News

Students placed their desks opposite a road, restraint morning rush hour traffic.

Moses Muoki/Kenya’s Capital News

Some schoolkids competence be happy if their propagandize were knocked down.

Not in Nairobi.

On May 15, a organisation of primary propagandize students sat during desks in a core of a categorical highway to retard traffic. Along with their parents, they were protesting a dispersion of their school, a Kenyatta Golf Course Academy, over a weekend.

According to a BBC article, a schoolchildren chanted: “We wish a school, we need to investigate in school.

The reason for a dispersion was a bit tough to pin down. Foreign Policy writes: “It appears a propagandize was broken but any before warning to relatives — who had already paid their children’s fee for a year. The propagandize was on land that belonged to a church, and a propagandize was broken but warning on Saturday over a land dispute, yet accurate sum of a brawl weren’t done immediately clear.”

“The proof finished peacefully,” a BBC records — a noted contrariety to a proof by schoolchildren in Nairobi in 2015. Those youngsters were protesting a fact that their stadium had been sole to a developer. At that time, says a BBC, “police dismissed teargas to sunder protesting schoolchildren.”