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High fees and fares shock for parents

07 January 2013, 08:56

Nairobi - Parents on Sunday woke up to news of higher school fees and book prices ahead of schools re-opening on Monday.

According to Daily Nation, students reporting at Kisumu Girls’ High School and Maranda Boys High School had to pay higher fees than the previous year since the schools were elevated to national schools.

Parents also had to contend with the increased bus fares as public service vehicles took advantage of the back-to-school rush.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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