According to the current rule that was imposed by the former education cabinet secretary Matiangi ,for one to secure a vacancy in a public university she must have scored a mini grade of C+ and above. Since joining a public university is the dream for every student, many work towards achieving this cut point.
This is however not the case when it comes to to the national police service. In an interview with the police spokesperson Charles Owino this morning,he was against Matian'gi's opinion of upgrading the national police recruitment grades.
According to the boss, they always found it difficult working with police officers who scored a C+ and above. This is because these officers go back to the universities later to acquire a degree and when they come back, they want to be promoted to higher levels.
According to Charles, scoring a mean grade of C doesn't mean that one is an academic dwarf. It could a result of attending a school with less qualification hence affecting the overall performance of students.
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