His excellency president William Samoe Ruto today paid a visit at St Joseph Kangethe primary school in Kibera. The deep state had a chance to interact with students before the begging of exams including motivating and encouraging them to work hard.
Both KCPE and KPSEA national exams kicked off yesterday and is expected to end and the course of the week. Oh his Facebook page, his excellency president William Samoe Ruto has wished all KCPE and KPSEA candidates success in their examinations.
"National examinations season are here, it is time to take a big step to the next stage on your journey of learning.
I encourage you to calmly write your tests and to do the only thing that is always required of you: your best.
I wish you success and pray for God's blessings in your examination.
At the Joseph Kang’ethe Primary School in Kibra, witnessed the administration of KPSEA and KCPE Examination papers to the candidates." He Wrote.
Here are some of the photos of today's Ruto's visit at Joseph Kangethe primary school in Kibera.
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