Form Fours students in Kenya are preparing themselves to encounter Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education Exams are around the corner with thousands of students across the country expected to encounter examination country wide in the next few coming days.
The KCSE exams will start on the 2nd of December 2022 and will run for the next three weeks as per the reports that we have with us.
Students in co-operation with their teachers are trying their best to make sure that they become the top students in the coming exam comes out year 2023c
These evening from the information shared from the available reliable reports that we have with us from celebrated philanthropist, Ndungu Nyoro, a student from Kisii School has been flown to Nairobi by his school principal after attaining good grade in his internal examination
The students who topped in international examination refared as Juma Alex Oyugi, was flown by the Kisii School principal after he promised the students that he will fly one of them to Nairobi if they attain an A Plain in the mock exams.
The boy scored a good grade after he attained an A Plain of 81 Points in the mock exams that was done recently and was the first student in an exam that was done in five schools in the region, these made his principal very happy.
His school principal flawed the boy these morning by Jambojet plane this morning and is later on expected to take a return flight to Kisumu today.
These has inspired many students overally that good work is being appreciated and rewarded
Picture courtesy. Oyugi, Juma Alex in the plane.
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