Parents of Regina Pacis Elimu School owned by Catholic Diocese of Nakuru on Wednesday morning held demonstrations accusing the school administration of mismanagement and lack of respect for parents.
Addressing media at the school compound, the irate parents accused Sister Judith Wayua who is in charge of the school for failing to address the grievances raised by parents among them high fees contrary to fee structure.
They also say the school administration has failed to ensure annual General meeting to address the issues affecting the parents.
The parents say they have written a memorandum on the same and submitted to the Bishop Catholic Diocese of Nakuru as well as the county Government of Nakuru but all in vain.
Led by Mbugua Sammy, the parents said the leadership of the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru to step in and save the parents who say they are undergoing suffering under Sister Wayua’s management.
“The school is good but one person Sister Wayua wants to mess it. We have written to the Bishop and the county government over our grievances but in vain” Said Mbugua Sammy.
The parents say the school which is one of the best owned by the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru will lose its value if the issues raised will not be addressed soon.
While terming the issue of high school fees as pure extortion of money from parents, they said they will not sit down and watch as the school is destroyed by one individual.
“As parents we will not allow this school to be destroyed by one individual. The sister must be shown the door” they said.
A spot check at the school also shows that it lacks playing ground for the kids.
By the time of going to the press, no official communication had been made from the school’s management or the Catholic Diocese of Nakuru over the same.
PHOTO/Pristone Mambili:Regina Pacis Elimu School Owned by Catholic Diocese Of Nakuru.Parents on Wednesday morning held demonstrations accusing the school administration of mismanagement and lack of respect for parents.