On the eve of schools' opening, the chairman of the Kenya Publishers' Association
and managing director of the East African Educational Publishers
, Mr Barrack Muluka
, alleged that some approved books were sub-standard.
However, some publishers say Mr Muluka
hardly speaks for them.
One says: "At times, Mr Muluka
is simply addressing the board of directors and staff of EAEP
to justify why the firm is doing poorly."