The county of kajiado has experience a low turn up after 26 of their kcse registered candidates failed to show up to sit for the exam.
The adult hits who are 264 in number did not all appear at the examination centres has only 234 showed up for the exercise. According to the area chief, they refuse to turn up citing inevitable challenges in regards to covid-19 under tough economic times.
Meaning of worried of contracting the virus in the sentence where they are located and appeal to the government for vaccines as they are of an elderly age. Ladies on the other hand said that they could not show up due to security challenges from their own husbands who deny them permissions to go ahead.
The Ministry of education has been disappointed by this act as the officials have been advocating for everyone regardless the age to be educated so that they can be able to end acts caused by primitiveness in the villages. The area leaders are however hopeful that most covid they will be able to register a good number of those who want to be educated.
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