With the rise in number of early pregnancies in schools has cause for alarm and it is high time introduction to sex education is prioritized to try curb this issue.

Molo MP, Francis Kimani has decided to slam those who oppose the introduction of sex education in schools while speaking in Nakuru town during an interview, he said times have changed and it is high time that sex education is included in the curriculum.

With the new technology in place, even young school children have learnt a lot and therefore, should be assisted on matters of sex education by introducing the same in curriculum. he said

He further added that the move will help address vices such as early pregnancies and high rate of HIV infections among the youth.

Francis Kimani has also blamed religious organizations for what he termed as failure to shape the society.

According Kuria, the churches are focusing so much on tithes and other issues and neglecting the vices affecting youths.