Maraba Secondary School principal on Sunday, 12 March, received a reward after his school recorded good results in the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE)
The school based in Mumias East in Kakamega County was among the schools that recorded good results across the country after 81 of its candidates scored C+ and above, which is the direct entry grade for university.
The area MP, Peter Salasya rewarded the school head with a cow for his exemplary results.
"Today I handed over this cow to the principal of Maraba secondary which took 81 students direct to the university in my constituency to celebrate their success," said the youthful MP.
Several other schools in the Western region recorded good results in the 2022 KCSE exams. Some schools in the Kisii region recorded several clean As, which left many Kenyans poking holes in their performance
Rewarding women with soaps
Apart from rewarding the school head with a cow, Salasya also surprised the women in the constituency with bathing soap.
He was seen offloading several boxes of bathing gels which he revealed were meant for the women in the constituency.
It is not clear whether the women asked him for the bathing soaps or the MP did it out of his own observations that they needed them.
The MP noted that he wanted to make the women look clean
"What is being offloaded is shower gels that I will be giving freely to women in Mumias East. Wamama whangare na SALASYA (women to get the clean courtesy of Salasya)," added the MP
The MP has since been lauded by netizens for rewarding the school head for what they considered to be encouraging teachers for future better results.
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