As teachers strike in Kenya’s Schools Kibera Children are just walking around as some seating on Kibera walls while others heliping their mothers to do domestic jobs. The teachers’ strike has disrupted classes in public primary and secondary schools across the country. Labor Cabinet Secretary Kazungu Kambi dismissed KNUT’s demands that the government implement a 1997 agreement calling for improved living conditions for teachers. But, Wilson Sossion chairman of the KNUT says the administration has reneged on its part of the agreement. Supporters of the government dismissed the accusation, saying President Uhuru Kenyatta promised to provide computers to students as part of campaign promises made in the run up to the general election.