The persistent Alshabaab attacks in Wajir County has forced deputy governor Hon Yarrow to squeeze time to teach KCSE candidates.
The Deputy Governor has taken part-time teaching at Wajir High School, a national school, to teach business studies to the form four class expected to sit KCSE Exams at the end of this year.
Several schools across the expansive region remain under-staffed as insecurity and terrorism take its toll on citizens. This is despite the lip service by the national government that normalcy has returned in the region. Yarrow, while taking up the responsibility, said he was moved by seeing the situation his former school.
â€œI was a former student of this institution and I have a huge connection with it. This school is also a national school and I had to take some time out of my busy schedule to at least be here once in a weekâ€
â€œI am also an accountant by profession and it was easier for me to teach the candidates Inventors in Business,â€ he said.
The County will train 500 teachers in the next few years to counter present and future education crisis.