Magoha inspects CBC facilities in Kirinyaga
Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has exuded confidence that the rollout of the CBC was a success .
Magoha said the government having trained engoiugh teachers both for primary and secondary schools to ensure a smooth transition from the 8-4-4 to the CBC across the country was testimony enough that the new system was a success story .
“Already we have classrooms ready for the Junior Secondary school whose term begins this April and as you can see I have just opened a CBC classroom here (at Kerugoya Boys High school) and this is a replica of others schools in the country ,”he said .
He told those making noises here and there about the new curriculum to do their research properly before going public only to swallow their derogatory words about the system.
Accompanied by other senior government officers Magoha known for his tough talking stance however maintained the critics of the system were doing so from an ignorant point of view .
Education CS Professor George Magoha Addressing the media moments after he inspected a completed CBC class room at the Kerugoya Boys High school , Kirinyaga County yesterday
“It is only human to resist change but since the ship has already left labour , critics and opponents of the CBC must come to terms with the reality , “ he said.
The CS had earlier on toured the neighboring Nyeri County on a similar mission and added that construction of the extra classrooms and the CBC facilities in most schools within Mt Kenya region was at 99 per cent .
Education CS Professor George Magoha and his entourage stepping out instyle to address the media moments after he inspected the progress of extra classrooms and a CBC one the government has funded at the Kerugoya Boys Hugh school, Kirinyaga County yesterday.