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Good News To 2021 Candidates Following The Latest Communication From Magoha

The Ministry of Education has been facing challenges in implementation of teaching and learning activities. This has especially been caused by Covid 19 pandemic which brought to a standstill all learning activities in the country.

The 2021 candidates for both Kenya certificate for primary education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate for Secondary Education (KCSE) are preparing well to sit for their national exams.

According to the Ministry of Education, the national exams will be done from March next year there after marking will begin immediately in different marking centres.

In what has been received as good news to this category of candidates, the cabinet secretary has promised them that the exam will have a human face.

Speaking from Engetoto Primary School in Kisii County, the cabinet secretary for Education professor George Magoha said that the exams will have a human face.

This means that they will be friendly to cater for the challenges encountered by students. "Don't panic as everything is in control. The exams will be having a human face." Magoha said.

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Engetoto George Magoha Kenya Kisii County Magoha


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