Secondary school heads want MoE to streamline NEMIS

System failures at times lead to missing names of some students.

In Summary

• Kenya Secondary School Heads Association Kisumu county chairman George Nyangwe says the current system is cumbersome and locks out a number of learners.

• The chairman notes that the problem sometimes worsens when students change schools as their names are not captured in Nemis in their new schools.


Secondary school heads in Kisumu county want the state to streamline the remittance of capitation funds to schools for the education of students...

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