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“Go to Hell!” CS Magoha  reacts to atheists’ call to stop prayers in schools ahead of national examinations

"Go to Hell!" CS Magoha  reacts to atheists' call to stop prayers in schools ahead of national examinations
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Education News Today: “Go to Hell!” CS Magoha  reacts to atheists’ call to stop prayers in schools ahead of national examinations

2021 KCPE, KCSE Will Be Marked Fairly, CS Magoha Assures Candidates and Parents

Latest Education News Today: Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has affirmed that he is a child of God and that he serves a living God after his response to atheists  who are against prayer day ceremonies in schools ahead of the 2021-2022 KCPE and KCSE national exams emerged.

 

CS Magoha responds to atheists’ call to stop prayers in schools 

On Wednesday,  the Daily Nation established that Atheists among the Kenyan Society feel discomfited by the ongoing prayer day ceremonies in both primary and secondary schools ahead of the 2021 KCSE and KCPE national exams. The KCPE exams will commence on Monday, 7th March, 2022 and end on Thursday, 10th March, 2021.

The 2021 KCSE exams have already commenced with the candidates taking practical examinations in elective technical subjects. It seems that CS Magoha may have been misquoted when he banned gatherings in schools especially in third term when the national tests take place.

The atheists therefore asked the Ministry of Education to ban compulsory prayers and observation of religious practices in public schools.

In response to their rather weird request, CS Magoha has told the atheists to go to hell and kiss satan.

 

The CS further re-emphasized the ban against distributing food to candidates and branded success cards from politicians during the exams.

 

Prof Magoha instead advised politicians and other well-wishers who want to distribute food donations to the candidates to link up with his ministry.

 

“When there is a ban like that there is a reason. Branded success cards are not encouraged. We don’t want somebody to confuse the children with political messages,” said Prof Magoha.

 

 

Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has responded to atheists who have urged him to ban prayers in schools ahead of the national examinations.

 

Prof Magoha told the atheists to “go to hell”.

 

“Atheists are telling me that I should stop prayers in schools, but they should go straight to hell. I’m a believer and we must encourage children to pray. Even before exams, they must pray. We have only stopped prayers coming from outside which also carry other things to come and confuse our children,” said Prof Magoha.

Prof Magoha instead advised politicians and other well-wishers who want to distribute food donations to the candidates to link up with his ministry.

 

“When there is a ban like that there is a reason. Branded success cards are not encouraged. We don’t want somebody to confuse the children with political messages,” said Prof Magoha.

 

 

 

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