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Parents call for resignation of Rama Krishna Head Teacher

first_imgParents of children who attend the Rama Krishna Primary School continue to vent their frustration as they call for the relevant authorities to look into their pleas for the headmistress of the school to step down.According to information reaching Guyana Times, the headmistress, Melanie Cornette, is accused of mismanagement and poor leadership hence the call for her resignation.Only recently, parents again picketed the Head and stated that they were left with no other option but to highlight their issues and concerns in the media. They want the relevant authorities to take immediate action, or they will escalate their protest.Some of the troubling issues that were highlighted in the letters to the Education Ministry and in the media in the past include the head teacher’s mismanagement and harassment of the school’s vendors in October 2015; verbal threats and abuse made to the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) President and other parents; the refusal to allow the PTA to function; daily unprofessional behaviour; and (alleged) misappropriation of school funds.Another letter, dated December 7, 2016, detailed the unprofessional behaviour of the headmistress in dealing with a staff member in the presence of a parent. The headmistress allegedly hurled racial remarks while attempting to physically assault her in the process.Moreover, in July 2016, a group of parents of Grade Six children met with reporters to vent their frustration over the misappropriation of funds that were contributed for their children’s graduation.Cornette was also accused of misuse of financial contributions made to the school by parents to offset the school’s telA group of parents who were protesting for the removal of the Head Teacherephone bills and the purchase of fuel for her personal vehicle and that of another staff member.last_img read more

Olunga to captain Kenya against Uganda

first_img0Shares0000Harambee Stars striker Michael Olunga during a training session at the Kasarani Stadium on September 5, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 5 – In the absence of Victor Wanyama, striker Michael Olunga has been handed the armband to lead Kenya out for Sunday’s international friendly match against the Uganda Cranes at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani.Olunga is one of the most experienced players in coach Francis Kimanzi’s young squad and he will be entrusted in leading the squad in the tactician’s first game in charge. Wanyama will miss the tie after he stayed behind in London to try and finalize on a move out of Tottenham Hotspur but with that failing, Kimanzi decided to give him a rest while he looks at other options he has at his disposal.“It is my responsibility as a player. I have played for the national team since 2015 and with several players not being able to come in, it is just for us who are there to step up and fill the void. I will be coming in to fill the void left by Victor and that’s an honor for me. I will try to lead by example and score as many goals as possible,” Olunga said.Wanyama will be one of the many senior players who will not be available for the tie.Joseph Okumu has been given time to settle at his new club in Sweden, Johannah Omollo is out injured, Ismail Gonzalez is missing after a luggage mix up in Madrid while Aboud Omar has not travelled.Despite the major absentees, head coach Kimanzi says this will be an opportunity for the other players to step in.Harambee Stars head coach Francis Kimanzi issues instructions during a training session at the Kasarani Stadium on September 5, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“You cannot replace individuals, but you have to work with what you have. You have to give the other players an opportunity. There is no need to panic when you miss some key players because of legitimate reasons, but you have to take the chance and look at the depth you have. We need to give others a chance to surprise us. Maybe we can have a new discovery,” the tactician stated.Olunga will be looking to translate the form he has picked up back in Japan playing in the Japanese J2 League with Kashiwa Reysol where he has been banging in goals left right and centre.“I believe it s a matter of hard work. This time I started out with the team during pre-season and I have tried to adapt to the conditions quickly. I have also worked on my weaknesses and this is what has propelled me to the form I am now,” Olunga told Capital Sport.Looking on to the game against Uganda, Olunga expects a tough game.“Uganda are an experienced team. They played in last 16 at the Cup of Nations. It is a friendly but an East African derby as well. We want to grab the bragging rights. We are playing at home; we want to play a good game and all of us are ready to do our level best in this game,” the forward noted.0Shares0000(Visited 70 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more