The basic education institutions were opened on Thursday 18th August , last week.
This was after had spent almost two weeks break which was aimed at giving room for the elections to take place as well as tallying the presidential results.
After the announcement of results by the IEBC chair, Magoha, the CS for education ordered an immediate reopening of the schools.
The parents had earlier complained of the closing and reclosing of schools which was too frequent due to the change of school calendar to help recover the time lost during the prolonged and unexpected break due to COVID-19 back in 2020.
According Professor magoha’s earlier remarks, he had communicated that schools will not encounter any other disruptions to give room for students to prepare for the oncoming general elections.
Going by a post made by Citizen digital on Facebook, Magoha has hinted that day schools will close next week.
However, this notice indicate that this will happen in Mombasa and Kakamega where Gubernatorial elections are scheduled to happen next week.
The closure of the day schools in this areas will give room for the Gubernatorial elections to be conducted since most poling stations are on the day schools.