The release of the KCPE results has brought with it a number of tales; some encouraging, some motivating and others touching. As the country continues to celebrate its top candidates whose performance was exemplary, many have come out to share how they made it through to the top. However, one mother to a top student is at crossroads.
The mother to Gibson Kibet, a KCPE candidate in Nalondo Primary School for children with special needs in Bungoma, says she is worried that her son will not continue to his secondary school education. Kibet scored 411 marks in the just completed KCPE examinations.
Kibet who did not expect to score the marks praised his teachers saying that they were his main support in his academic journey towards the realization of his dreams. He says that he wants to become a teacher once he completes his studies. Besides he praised his mother who was always by his side and gave him everything that he wanted.
Image: Gibson Kibet (Courtesy)
His mother, Everlyne has appealed to any well wisher to volunteer and support her son proceed with his studies. Parents with special needs children have been asked not to hide them at home but take them to special schools where they can realize their potential.
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