Government has said the value of property destroyed following schools unrest last term is estimated at Sh50million while consequently, 380 students were arrested over the incidences.
Interior and Coordination of National government Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Patrick ole Ntutu yesterday told MPs that the unrests resulted to not only destruction of property and loss of learning time, but posed a security risk in the institutions of learning.
He, however, assured MPs that the unrests will not recur saying intelligence gathering in schools had been intensified.
“The National Intelligence Service is working with the Ministry of Education to come up with a raft of measures to improve security in schools,” he said.
Ntutu said schools had been instructed to install CCTVs and introduce identification badges as some of the measures to beef up security claiming the measures will improve the overall security of students in schools.
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