Nyamira Boys' Teacher Dons School Uniform, Sings Kufinish Kumalo with Students: "Not Military Camp"

Nyamira Boys' Teacher Dons School Uniform, Sings Kufinish Kumalo with Students: "Not Military Camp"

  • Teacher Motwaro Senior from Nyamira Boys High School, shared the easy relationship he enjoys with his students
  • A TikTok video shared the teacher and his boys singing to Tipsy Gee's Kufinish Kumalo song that has been trending
  • The young boys who surrounded their teacher seemed to be having a good time, and he captioned the photo saying schools are not military camps

A young teacher who donned Nyamira Boys High School uniform and sang a trending song with his students has won the hearts of netizens.

Motwaro Senior with his students.
Nyamira Boys' teacher Motwaro Senior singing with his studensts. Photos: @motwaro.
Source: TikTok

Who sang Kufinish Kumalo?

In a TikTok video shared by Motwaro Senior, the teacher is surrounded by his students while singing the popular song by Tipsy Gee, Kufinish Kumalo.

The students looked very comfortable around their teacher...as they all sang the lyrics to the songs.

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Unlike in the past, when students and their teachers had distance between them in some schools, these days, there is an emerging trend where teachers and students have easy relationships.

Motwaro captioned the video with pertinent words: "Who said teaching isn't fun? A school is never a military camp."

Kenyans talk about Kufinish Kumalo video


"Aki these babies will miss you after school ."


"Haki my high school teachers ... those ones were supposed to train soldiers at Lanet."


"God bless these teachers...aki wana change military systems in schools."


"Huyu teacher akiingia class hasemi goodmorning...anasema woozaaa."


"How I wish I could have had the same teacher during my high school time."


"It's like all my high school teachers passed kiganjo ndio wakuje kua teacher's ,if u smile karibu na mmja hio ni kifo."

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Chuor Reasper:

"Alafu mpatikane wrong corner utafinishiwa kumalo but just like the bond."

Siaya principal welcomes students in style

In January 2024, Form One pupils at Nyamninia Secondary School were treated to a lovely surprise by their likeable principal.

In a viral TikTok video, the principal was captured wearing the school's uniform as she welcomed the new learners in their first assembly.

Social media users were amazed by the principal's fashion, with some saying they thought she was the head girl.

Couple went to India

In 2022, the wife of the former AFC Leopards star narrated how people helped them travel to India and get help for her husband, whose muscles were wasting away.

This means that the former footballer could not talk, eat, walk or take a bath on his own. At the home front, Rachael helped him do all these things.

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As expected, such a condition also came with heavy financial implications. TUKO.co.ke learnt that Rachael tirelessly fought to see her husband get help for her husband from former teams, friends, and members of the public on various platforms such as Facebook. TikTok and Youtube.

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