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Magoha Warns Judges Ahead Of CBC Case Hearing

Magoha Warns Judges Ahead Of CBC Case Hearing.
George Magoha, Cabinet Secretary for Education, has issued a warning to a three-judge bench hearing a petition to halt the implementation of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC).
On Wednesday, March 23, the CS told the media in Nairobi County that the government and parents had invested in the new curriculum and that judges would face backlash if they overturned CBC.
Parents, according to Magoha, would launch a ferocious attack on the judges because students had spent over seven years studying the new curriculum.
Magoha argued that the judges were human beings and parents as well, and she advised them to consider guardians’ opinions when making their decision.
“ The CBC matter is in court but the judicature is made of human beings and I think that they have their children. They will have to consider that it is these children who are going to Grade Six and have been on CBC for eight years.
"You cannot ignore them because they will eat you alive, and I don’t think that anybody will dare to mess with the CBC,” he cautioned.
Magoha went on to say that the curriculum was beneficial to the country because it brought reforms to the education sector, which was facing a number of challenges.

Magoha Warns Judges Ahead Of CBC Case Hearing

“The reason is very simple, it is bringing us back to sanity, absolute sanity. Our current children don’t care about what we shall eat when we are old. Children under CBC will be a different generation because they are being taught to go through the university of life as they should,” he stated.
CJ Martha Koome convened a three-judge bench comprised of Justices Antony Ndungu, Antony Mrima, and Hedwig Ongudi in December 2021 to hear the CBC petition filed by High Court advocate Esther Ang’awa.
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Her decision came after Judge Mrima determined that the petition was valid based on the advocate’s concerns.
“This petition raises substantial and novel issues requiring consideration by an uneven number of judges, being not less than 5 to be assigned by the Chief Justice,” he stated then.

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