Kenyan learners may soon have to learn how to detect bombs is a new Bill is passed in parliament.
Introduced by Turkana Woman Representative Joyce Emanikor, the Kena Institute of Curriculum Development (Amendment)Bill, 2019, seeks to reduce the risk posed by bombs, especially improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
According to a report by the Star newspaper, the bill will also compel Kenyan schools to teach students about anti-terrorism and how to respond in case of a terror attack.
Emanikor is hoping the Bill will provide students with a foundation to think fast, think ahead and prepare for deadly situations like the massacre at Garissa University, reports the publication.
Source: Nairobi Wire