"Food to the candidates" Mombasa county government offers a helping hand
By Adera | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 35 views
Its been three days since the commencement of the national exams countrywide. Mombasa county, source citizen TV , has made the headlines as the leaders stretched out a helping hand to the candidates.
This is a move by the county put in place in order to curb the spread of the novel corona virus, as this will reduce the spread of the virus. They as well brought up the idea in regards to the challenges the candidates have had in the past as most of the student would be trekking from school to their homes to get food and this made most of them to be late for their exams.
They also said this will ensure that the candidates could have a comfortable environment, with the sense of a caring county, and will most likely promote increase in exam performance this year.
In regards of challenges, the idea was also brought up to help the vulnerable children as the pandemic rendered most of their guardians jobless and hence could not finance the meals daily. And so the county leaders stretched their hands to help the candidates.
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