Goooood Mooooooorning Teacher! This was the chant that we began our classes with at the Aga Khan Primary School in Nairobi. That would be 5 1/2 years for me! I went from Standard 2 (1974) through to Standard 7 (1979).
Aga Khan schools are run by the Aga Khan Development Network in developing countries.
It was a public school and in Kenya, students in public schools wear uniforms. The girls uniform was a white short sleeved shirt with a front pocket, a green tunic, a red and green striped tie and a belt with white socks and black shoes that had to be polished every single day! Boys wore a white shirt, the same tie and khakhi pants.
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Previously on Ismailimail…
Alex O. Awiti – Founding Director of the East African Institute (EAI) of Aga Khan University: Youth are our future, not pawns in political competition