KCPE exams are set to officially kick off today. Kenyans on social media have reacted after a mesmerizing incident surfaced the internet. Latest statistics show that 2.5 million students are expected to sit for their KCPE and KPSEA.
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The female candidate sitting for her final primary education in Tharaka Nithi has given birth. According to my sources, the candidate delivered before sitting for her Mathematics exam paper.
She gave birth in Marimanti Hopital located in Tharaka Constituency, Tharaka Nithi County. She is expected to sit for her examination while still in the healthcare centre.
Area Education Director Salecio Maringe confirmed that the candidate will do her exams while still in the hospital.
The new mother is one of 2,147 candidates expected to sot for her final exams in Tharaka North Sub county. Share your thoughts on this interesting development.
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