Chaos at Karachuonyo Secondary School as parents attack newly appointed principal


On Thursday, a group of parents allegedly attacked Jactone Ogaga, the newly posted principal of Otok Mixed Secondary School in Karachuonyo constituency.

The parents stormed the school to eject Ogaga, but students beat them with wooden rods and stones, accusing them of causing chaos and interfering with their studies.

It is not clear why the parents did not want Ogaga to manage the school.

The deputy principal was injured during the incident and is currently receiving medical attention.

Some students complained that certain parents do not want the school to progress and accused them of forcefully entering the premises.

The police have arrested three parents and are investigating the reasons behind their actions.

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