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Primary School Heads Warned Of ‘Slay Queens’ On The Hunt For Easy Prey


The Kenya primary heads of schools have been warned by the Mombasa Deputy  county commissioner of police against slay queens who are said to be on the hunt for easy targets.

They have set security measures to ensure the safety of the school heads but have asked the teachers to avoid situations that would make them targets for theft.

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The police said that in the previously concluded Secondary teachers conference several incidences of theft were recorded. The teachers are said to have been drugged by the famous ‘mchele’ and then stolen from by prostitutes.

The conference turned chaotic after the teachers ejected the National chairman Shem Ndolo who they accused of being arrogant. The teachers are also opposing the raise in the welfare fee from Ksh100 to  Ksh500.

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Written by Merxcine Cush

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