Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale has excited social media after recounting how he was forced to personally go through his son’s personal things.
Dr Khalwale, who had taken his youngest son to school, reported on how strict the school was, that he was forced to go through his son’s small things in his metallic box before being admitted to the school.
What a strict school! Made me 2 personally go thru my son's small things one by one before admitting him today…. pic.twitter.com/45mrKnEEdR
— Boni Khalwale (@KBonimtetezi) January 9, 2017
The senators son Engine Khalwale scored an impressive 400 marks in last year’s Kenya certificate of primary education.
He was admitted at Alliance High School. Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans on Twitter.
— Ken Okoth, MP Kibra (@okothkenneth) January 9, 2017
@KBonimtetezi they need to get rid of metallic boxes and replace them with suitcases. Times have changed
— Chinua Achebe (@ChinuaAchebes) January 9, 2017
@KBonimtetezi haiya this is what ordinary Kenyans go through unless you are not ordinary. Hata kwa mama mboga but i like your humility
— Dennis Oguta Oliech (@ItsDennisOliech) January 10, 2017
— John Ongweny (@johnongweny) January 9, 2017
@KBonimtetezi siku hizi ata hawakubali watoto wabebe chapo ! Very strict nakuambia
— baba abbas (@Ahmadin40756515) January 9, 2017
@KBonimtetezi they still do that. When I enrolled in 2003 everything was checked. Everything
— Gaddafi (@KemboiKJ) January 10, 2017