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Alcoholic teachers are prohibited from working by the government.

Alcoholic teachers are prohibited from working by the government.

Farouk Kibet, President William Ruto’s personal assistant, is arguing on Sunday for the creation and enforcement of a law that would make it unlawful for teachers to work for the government while under the influence of alcohol. The idea would make it illegal for instructors who use alcohol to hold down government jobs.

Farouk recognized the connection between the importance of the new law and the crucial function that teachers play in acting as role models for kids while attending an event at a school in Uasin Gishu County. He claimed that teachers have a moral obligation to ensure that their students are never inebriated on school grounds. The idea being conveyed was that students view instructors as role models.

He offered very specific directions to National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah on how to draft and pass the necessary legislation.

Kibet made it clear that if candidates are to be given consideration for teaching positions, their drinking habits should be the main focus of attention throughout the interview process.

Farouk believes that the primary purpose of attending school is for kids to receive an education, which is typically hampered by teachers’ sporadic consumption of alcohol.

Ichung’wah delayed confirming that the proposal had been brought up for debate in the Parliament.

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The Kikuyu politician chose to comment on Farouk’s key role in President William Ruto’s administration when he was given the chance to speak into the microphone.

“You won’t be able to communicate with the President without Farouk’s consent. He claimed that in order for Cabinet Secretaries to meet with the President, they had to do it through him.

Kibet revealed the existence of local authorities who, in his opinion, had been shadily exploiting the parents of the kids in their care throughout the Turbo event.

He continued by saying that these leaders frequently posed for pictures with him and other important politicians. Then, while in possession of these photographs, con artists proceed to defraud gullible parents of substantial sums of money by claiming that they can help their children connect with jobs.

Farouk donated a second bus to a school in the county of Nandi.

“There is hope for children who are pursuing an education in remote places. He asserted that it is the responsibility of parents to ensure that their children are academically competent of competing with other Kenyans.

Kibet warned students against getting married too young and acknowledged that it is a problem in the area at the ceremony.

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