The ministry of Education has issued a stern warning to indiscipline students.
Speaking in Sironga, Nyamira county Education PS Dr. Julius Juan urged the students to embrace better ways of resolving issues.
He also called on headteachers to address the learners’ grievances in order to arrive at solutions amicably.
The comments by the education ministry amidst screening of students to check for any prohibited drugs.
The move has however angered some parents after sniffer dogs were used in some schools to search the students when they arrived for the third term.
In 2021, Dozens of schools in Kenya have been closed due to arson cases.