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Two sisters who scored 349 and 334 in kCPE respectively fail to join Form One over lack of fees

Rose Kadzo Emanuel and Celestine Rehema Emanuel garnered 349 and 334 marks respectively in the just concluded 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams.

However, the pair's quest for their secondary education have proved futile despite displaying sterling performance in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education.

The duo were unable to secure their Form One slot due to a lack of school fees.

When the press toured the duo today at their home in Milore in Ganze sub-county, the class candidates who were should get admission at St Thomas Girls in Kilifi County, were at closed thicket burning charcoal in order to assist their parents provide for their family.

"We were searching for something to assist our parents as the situation at our home is wanting," says Rose.

The pair added that their parents do casual jobs to keep the family going.

They are not sure if they will secure their form one slots as their parents can not raise the needed school fees.

The two are asking well-wishers to assist them in paying the fee balances so they can secure their Form One placements.

Each girl should pay Sh35,000 per year.

Loice Mapenzi Mwamunda, the mother of the teenage girls told the press that she cannot afford the needed school fees.

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