The Chairman of Kenya Primary School Head Teachers Association (KEPSHA) Johnson Nzioka has urged private primary schools headteachers in the country to join the Association.
Speaking during their KEPSHA national Annual Conference in Mombasa recently, Nzioka asked members to patronize the Association so as to enable it to offer quality services to them in a professional way.
“The Association has recorded tremendous growth from 219 members since inception in 2003 to current membership of 18,000 members”, Nzioka stated.
He further noted that despite challenges the Association has been progressing very well in terms of offering quality services to members.
According to Kenya Private Schools Association (KPSA), there were over 10, 400 registered private primary schools citing there are over 10, 000 school heads expected to join KEPSHA.
By Tsozungu Kombe
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