Who Is To Blame?

With the education ministry announcing that learning institutions will re-open next year, there is a likelihood that we will continue having a higher percentage of teenage pregnancies across the country. So, who has failed? Is it the parents, the government, or the learners themselves? Take a look

Image may contain: 1 person, text that says 'HAKIJAMII "WE ARE STILL GRAPPLING WITH THE FACT THAT OUR CHILDREN WILL WILL GO BACK TO SCHOOL NEXT YEAR YET YET WE HAVE RISING CASES OF UNINTENDED TEENAGE PREGNANCIES www.hakijamii.com'
Image may contain: 1 person, text that says 'HAKIJAMII WITH THE THE RISING CASES OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY NCY AND THE STIGMA THAT COMES WITH IT,WHICH GIRLS WILL RESUME LEARNING NEXT YEAR?" www.hakijamii.com'
Image may contain: 1 person, text that says 'HAKIJAMII "IAM AM NOT SAFE KNOWING THATI HAVE LEFT MY CHILD AT HOME SHE HAS TO ACCOMPANY ME TO WORK EVERY DAY" www.hakijamii.com'
Image may contain: 1 person, text that says 'HAKIJAMII "WHO SHOULD WE BLAME?HAVE WE AS PARENTS TITGHTENED OUR BELTS TIGHT ENOUGH?" www.hakijamii.com'

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