The outbreak of covid-19 pandemic sent learners packing as they were forced to stay at home for more than 7 months. Most of the parents had the toughest time to handle there kids. When schoss opened majority were pregnant others got married while others opted not to come back to school. The KCSE results were announced some few weeks ago.
Section of schools and parents took to streets to celebrate their good results. A lots of confessions were made on how majority performed. Those students who performed averagely were encouraged to join technical institutions like polytechnic to boost there abilities.
During the pandemic Embakasi MP Babu Owino used to teach Kenyan students through online classes. Babu Owino used to teach Mathematics and Chemistry. His way of teaching really impressed many and Top Student Robinson Wanjala confessed that his online classes really helped him boost his grades. This is a good example of leaders this coutry needs. Not thieves who loot with every opportunity they get.
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