End year National examination kicked off few days ago whereby KCPE and KPSEA candidates had a chance to seat for their exams and proceed to the next level. Form 4 candidates are also expected to start their National exams Next week.
Today the government through his excellency president William Samoe Ruto and education Cabinet has revealed the next step dlfir grade six students who have completed their National exams.
According to Ruto's remarks via NTV news report through Facebook social media platform, grade 6 students will proceed to junior secondary school in the same learning institutions to reduce the burden cost of education from parents.
According to education cabinet, Ezekiel Mochogu, Grade 6 Pupils will transit to junior secondary schools to be domiciled at the existing primary school.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that report whereby some section of netizens have been left confused of the world domicile on education. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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