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Narok Police Commissioners Speaks About Pregnant Candidates, Alleges What The Gov't Will Do

It is a special moment in the country simply because both the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) will do their exams. However, Narok County Commissioner Isaac Masinde revealed that they have identified 248 candidates who will be set in this year's examinations. He also revealed that more than 400 candidates will be seating their examinations at the secondary level.

Moreover, he revealed that the government has set aside several ambulances that will be put on standby in a bid to rush teenage girls to the hospital. He revealed that no child should be punished because of being pregnant and all those who are doing invigilation should not mistreat them. This is a good move by the government to ensure that teenage girls are well-protected during the examination period. What is your view concerning this issue Taken by the government about helping teenage girls?

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Isaac Masinde Kenya Narok


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