Students from Bungoma County have been urged to exercise self-discipline and achieve their goals in life instead of indulging in vices that may cost their future.
Speaking in Chesamisi Boys in Bungoma County during an interdenominational service after students coming back from their strike, the Kibabii University Vice-chancellor who is also an old studentof the school, Prof Isac Ipara Odeo insisted that discipline among students is key and it’s the only hope for their successful lives.
He was irked with the ongoing strikes in schools citing paralyzing of education and costing parents who are struggling to make ends meet especially during this corona times.
The vice-chancellor encouraged the Chesamisi Boys students to put in more efforts, respect their parents and teachers saying that if they are going to work hand in hand they will achieve their goals in life.
Chesamisi Friends church pastor Samuel Khaemba encouraged the students to always read the word of God pray for each other and air out their grievances in a more civilized manner than going the on rampage and destroying school property.
He warned students who indulge in social vices to change for their betterment and in case any of them spotted students with unusual behaviour to report them to the respective authorities.
He said that as the clergy their work is to make sure there is order and ensuring of holistic environments amongst its people urging all the clergies to join hands and pray for the country and the strikes that have been paralyzing education in schools.
The principal Chesamisi Boys Christopher Serem said he contended with the service conducted in schools saying his students were apologetic and promised never to repeat the silly mistakes.
He insisted that there will be tremendous change amongst students and that he will work hand Iin hand with the stakeholders to ensure the students attain greater heights in their education.
He encouraged principals from other schools to offer a listening ear to their students and make sure they work together for a better tomorrow.