On Tuesday, November 29, he visited Komarok Primary School in Nairobi to review the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination. DP greets the candidates on the second day of the national exam.
He promised the pupils to have a party of Ksh 300,000, He also offered an additional Ksh100,000 for the teachers and celebrate the teachers at the end of the exams.
“After you pass the exam, the headteacher will receive Ksh 300,000 and you will come and get your head after the exam,” he said.
In his letter, Gachagua expressed confidence that the candidates are ready for the final exam and urged them to remain patient throughout.
He said the government is committed to providing a conducive environment for all students, unlike their childhood years when students are exposed to poor conditions.
"We are here to encourage you and wish you luck. Please concentrate, exams are just exams and you are on your way to your destiny," he said.
In addition, the second command promised to look into the water shortage issue raised by the school authorities. He said he would contract with the Nairobi Water and Sanitation Company to supply new tanks to schools.
Kenya Kwanza is committed to addressing challenges in the education sector to improve the effectiveness and quality of education for children. He cited the ongoing Competency-Based Curriculum as a prime example of the government's commitment to education.
President William Ruto witnessed the handing over of examination papers to candidates at Joseph Kangethe Primary School in Kibra, Nairobi, to other government officials.
The President wished for success and assured that the government will ensure the smooth running of the trial. The KCPE exam started on Monday, November 29 and is scheduled to end on Wednesday, November 30.
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