MPs alarmed as Kenyan buses ferry pupils from Uganda

Parliament. Mr Godfrey Macho (Busia Municipality, NRM) said at least 11 buses from Kenya pick up more than 500 nursery and Primary One pupils from Uganda every morning and bring them back in the evening. Photo | File

What you need to know:

  • Kenya has over the last two months been battling a second wave of the pandemic, which has seen some of its counties put under lockdown.

Lawmakers on the Education Committee yesterday asked government to stop Kenyan buses from ferrying learners from Uganda amid rising cases of Covid-19.


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