Stakeholders in the education sector have canvassed a two-week break in academic activities to allow pupils stay at home during the forthcoming elections. They made this call on Monday, citing heightened apprehension and possible outbreak of post-election violence. According to the elections timetable released by the Independent National Electoral Commission, the presidential and the National...
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Added February 02, 2015
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