Lenana High School? Former students of the institution are furious with the authority of the roads because of the “bad name” Tuko.co.ke


– Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) checked their social media account to show road works going on near Lenana School

– KURA manager, however, mistakenly wrote Lenana High School instead of Lenana School while giving the update

– Many former students of the institution came out to correct the authority, claiming that they only knew the Lenana school

– Others joked that Lenana High School hadn’t been invented yet

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The Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA) sparked negative reactions on social media after calling Lenana School a Lenana High School.

The road entering Lenana school. Photo: Lenana school.
Source: Facebook

The Authority used its Twitter account on Wednesday 9 June to take stock of the progress of road works around the Lenana school, during which it called the institution the Lenana high school. It did not go well with the former students of the institution.

On their post, KURA said they have improved the road entering Lenana’s school, adding that the road will allow motorists to easily access the school.

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“Work to improve access to Lenana School from Ngong Road is underway. The ramp will provide motorists easy access to Lenana High School,” they said.

The post attracted many alumni of the school who came in large numbers to correct the authority, ordering them to write the correct name.

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Many social media users also claimed that they only knew Lenana School, not Lenana High School.

Others joked that Lenana High School had yet to be invited and that KURA would have to wait until it was invested to use the name.

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Source: Kenya Breaking News Today



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