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1. Class Eight Candidate Expected To Receive Their Examination Results This Week

Kenya certificate of primary education examination results of 2020 candidates is expected to be announced this week, however selection of form one students will delay because they will not join form one immediately but later in July 2021.

2. Agony as Migori Student Turns Blind Minutes Before Starting The Monday Exams

Invigilators and exam officials at Wayaga Mixed secondary school in Migori were left mouth opened after a female student turned blind unexpectedly a few minutes to the commencement of the Monday papers.

The alleged form four student had hinted to his peers a day earlier, that she was seeing blurred images. Her condition, however, worsened on Monday morning of April 12th 2021 before the start of CRE paper 2.

3. Schools Reopening Update: Students To Reopen in May and KCSE Scheduled For March 7th 2022

Education Cabinet Secretary prof George Magoha has mentioned a likelihood of schools to reopen as earlier planned, that is, 10th May 2021 for the third term which will end on 17th July this year.

4. Tycoon Father Employs Son As Security Guard Stuns Many

A security tycoon has employed his son as a security guard in a big security firm, something that many people have viewed as being an irony of a real-life situation. They expected the son to live from the toil of his dad rather than working as a security guard.

Nevertheless, some people praised the dad for doing what is right so that the son may toil to reach higher levels in life.

5. Principal of National School Passes On After Being Vaccinated A few Days Ago

The principal of Marallal High National school called Dr Kiveu Ndunya has allegedly succumbed to Coronavirus related illness. He died after he was admitted to Nakuru Hospital, something which was a shocker to many people because he had been vaccinated a few days ago.

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