The Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education is set to start today in the morning where caniddates have prepared themselves well for their examinations. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the former governor who is now the cabinet secretary for mining Hon Salim Mvurya received Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education papers in Kisumu County.
According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the cabinet secretary Hon Salim Mvurya confirmed that the examination papers are well sealed and protected for the candidates to do their best as they start the examination today I'm the morning. The examination is set to take place for three days before coming to an end.
Parents are urged to support their children well so that they can feel comfortable while doing their examinations started today in the morning. Let us wish all caniddates who are sitting for the examination today success. May God help you all.
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