When President Uhuru Kenyatta ascended to power after the 2013 general elections he made key reforms in various sectors.
His second term which is almost coming to an end has also been marked by a number of reforms, education sector has not been left behind since we have been witnessing a lot going on in as far as matters to do with the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) are concerned.
The government through the Ministry of Education and others parties have been busy urging the citizens that this system is more ideal as compared to the 8-4-4 education system that was introduced by former President Daniel Toroitich Moi many years ago.
Education CS Professor George Magoha in particular has not been shying away from preaching about CBC.
On the other hand, there is a section of Kenyans that has been totally against CBC and have termed it to be a less elaborate system.
Earlier this year LSK President Nelson Havi and other like minded lawyers filed a lawsuit in the court of law challenging the system.
Today, Havi had taken to his social media pages to make a major announcement on the case. He updated Kenyans on the development.
“Petition challenging Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) was mentioned today before Justice A C Mrima.
The Judge informed that the CJ has appointed Justices Hedwig Ong’udi, Antony Mrima and Anthony Ndung’u to hear it. It will be mentioned on 17-2-2022 to take a hearing date. ^NH” He wrote.