October 5, 2022

KCPE Candidate Gives Birth as National Exam Starts

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A KCPE candidate in Kisii County is expected to do her national exams at Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital after giving birth yesterday, State department for Early Learning and Basic Education Principal Secretary Dr Julius Jwan has disclosed

Presiding over the distribution of the examination papers for 113 schools in Kisii Central Sub-county in Kisii town this morning Jwan said there was enough security and transport means to ensure smooth exercise.

The PS  noted that strategies were in place to ensure that the  4510 candidates, 2279 boys and 2231 girls did not miss out, including at the Kiong’ong’i primary School in Bobasi Constituency where he reported that a classroom was set ablaze but the fire was put off in the wee hour of the morning.

The PS later presided over the opening of the examinations papers at Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Primary School in the outskirts of Kisii town. He was accompanied by County Commissioner Allan Machari and County Education Director Pius Ngoma among others.

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