Shock as student ordered to pay 1,000 loaves for stealing one bread
A student who was caught with a loaf of bread stolen from the dining hall has been suspended and his parents ordered to pay 1,000 loaves of bread for all the students.
The student from Muhoho High School was also ordered to clear all his school fees arrears before reporting back to school.
According to the suspension letter, the Form Three student is accused of stealing the bread on Thursday last week.
“Stealing a loaf of bread from the dining hall,” the letter in part reads.
The suspension letter was shared on social media and elicited varied opinions.
Too harsh for the parent
Wow,that’s around 50k. Far too harsh
— chris kivaze (@chriskivaze) February 17, 2018
The purnishiment is unreasonable
— asuva (@bonifaceasuva) February 18, 2018
A scheme of making money, or not buying breakfast for the kids. That’s too much.
— MissOwira?? (@shyolympia) February 17, 2018
That’s the school’s policy. It is important that they are followed in an age where corporal punishment is inapplicable.
— Zach Mwaura (@ZachMwaura) February 18, 2018
Fefte thousands … smh … waxha nikatwe mkono ..
— DarkSkin Wellingtton (@Achillied) February 17, 2018
This is bs total BS
— Jesse (@tetez) February 17, 2018
“theft” is the term they use for everything including taking someone’s share
— Kal-El prime (1 mil) (@bwrca) February 17, 2018
Not surprised.. In my lil siz school ukipatwa na candy wrapper you buy enough sweets for everyone including the non teaching staff to last them a week na bado unakula 2wks suspe.
— Kavisi (@Th1nbandit) February 17, 2018
Hahaha…they looked for reason to suspend people.
Even eating a mango in class you were suspended and told to come with a whole sack of mangoes pic.twitter.com/8NKOJujO1C
— Betty Joan (@BettyJoan11) February 17, 2018
In Maranda High back then someone bought 50kgs of sugar for stealing two teaspoonful of sugar.
— Sam Ohanga (@Leqeezy) February 17, 2018
I was a guardian at Meru School where a child’s ‘punishment’ is actually the parent’s. The punishment was cash convertible. Twelve students each bought two rolls of barbed wire and a DVD player for losing ONE DVD player& leaving school through the fence #SystemYaMajambazi
— Ela M Kimwele (@ElaMMK) February 18, 2018