The Kenya Publishers Association on Thursday came out to defend itself against public condemnation over illustrations in some newly-published textbooks that people find inappropriate.
The association, led by its chairman Lawrence Njagi, said the illustrations are suitable for early primary school children but disowned others falsely attributed to them.
During a press briefing in Nairobi, Mr Njagi in particular defended an illustration for Grade Two textbook that depicts a flamboyant MPs visit to a school. READ MORE
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