Nyandago Mixed principal Langi flees school as parents, locals demo over poor results

By MN Reporter

Nyandago Mixed Secondary school principal James Langi in Nyatike Sub-County was forced to seek safety as parents and locals demonstrated over poor results in the area.

The school records seen by Migori News showed that Langi has just managed to give the institution in 2019 a mean score of 4.3, in 2020 it had a mean score of 3.49, and in the last exams of 2021 which the school obtained a mine score of 2.66.

“We used to move positively in managing the school, but since Langi came the highest student only scores C minus with over 20 getting E’s, our efforts to address poor performance have not borne any fruit,” the parents led by Odhiambo Ojuki said.

The demos

Alice Atieno a parent at the same time said that the school principal has been indisciplined and abusive and does not respect both parents and teachers at the school.

Nyandago central location chief Winny Malemba was forced to try and restore calm at the school.

Migori County Education director Jacob Onyiego confirmed the demos and said they met with stakeholders to find an amicable solution.