kirimon

kirimon

(ˈkiːrɪˌmɒn)
n
(Heraldry) one of the two emblems of the imperial family of Japan, composed of paulownia leaves and flowers. See also kikumon
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A week earlier on May 12, police in Samburu had intercepted bhang worth Sh8 million after a lorry that was being used to ferry the drug developed a mechanical problem at Kirimon. On the same day, police in Kasarani intercepted a petroleum tanker that was ferrying bhang worth Sh6 million.
A similar case was reported at Kirimon Primary school in Samburu where boys beat up two female teachers for caning them in front of girls.
Cases of teacher assault in the recent past have also been reported at Chalbi High School in Marsabit, Kirimon Primary in Samburu, Maeto Primary in Kuria West, Matioli Primary in Kakamega East, Toniok Girls' Secondary in Eldama ravine, Arabia Secondary in Mandera and Qarsa Primary in Wajir ," said Mr Sossion.
In particular, last year TSC transferred all the 12 teachers at Kirimon Primary School in Samburu County who had been attacked by some boys.There are other numerous incidents where the Commission has come out strongly in support of its teachers.