After a long wait, the 2022 Kenya certificate of primary education exams began today in the whole country. The first paper that has been done in the morning is Mathematics, English language and then English composition. Tomorrow the candidates will sit for their Science, Kiswahili and end the day with Kiswahili insha. The exams are set to be conlcuded on Wednesday where learners will sit for their social studies and religious education paper.
Most of the candidates who sit for the KCPE exams are under the age of 18 years. A 40-year-old man has warmed hearts after showing up to sit for the exams. Richard Njenga decided to drop out of school while at class seven because of hard hitting poverty and more worse he lost his mother.
Njenga says that his wife went up to form four and here he is a class seven drop-out, he wants to be the man of the family thus he has gone back to school and he hopes to be a lawyer in the future.
Salary of lawyers
Due to Richard Njenga's ambition to become a lawyer, we have presented you the salary of lawyers in the country;
After undergoing through the required training to become a lawyer, one can be employed by the government at an average salary of Ksh.103,000, those who are employed by the government can take home around Ksh.135,000 per month.
Those who practice law privately can take home as much as Ksh.10M and even as low as Ksh.20,000 depending on the quantity of cases they will handle.
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