Realogile secondary School learners had yesterday morning brought classes to a standstill following their concerns of being informed to stop doing their fancy hairstyles and stick to short hairs. They ran amok, emptied dustbins that have left the school premises messed up with garbage. The learners were seen this morning clearing up the mess.
According to the National School Governing Body Chairperson, Kenneth Vickerman, the whole situation was alleged to be driven by Cosas that communicated with high school learners through social network, to disrupt classes.
Vickerman told ALEX FM News that such disruptions reportedly started last at Minerva and Kwa-Bhekilanga while at Realogile and Eastbank happened yesterday. He says he will consult with Cosas leadership about the whole situation. Vickerman, however, stressed that learners should adhere to the schools’ code of conduct while SGBs must ensure that both admission policy and code of conduct are well contained.