Poor leadership blamed for Kenya’s problems
POOR governance structures in the country over the past years have resulted to the problems the education sector is facing, Mt. Kenya University Vice-Chancellor Stanley Waudo has said. He was speaking during the Rift Valley Education Day in Nakuru High School. Prof Waudo said that exchange of ideas at the county level would translate to transformational leadership and strengthening of the moral system.
He said that the country’s value system must be on both academic achievement and character transformation. He appealed to teachers to promote democracy, which is the pillar for accountability, transparency, efficiency and a responsible leadership. Outgoing Provincial Director of Education for Rift Valley Beatrice Adu pointed that under staffing has put major constraints in the education sector to meet the needs of learners.