After the suspension of all in-person learning across the Country by president Uhuru Kenyatta following a sharp rise on Corona virus cases, the education sector was once again on the receiving end of the pandemic.
Although the president in his 5th presidential address assured the nation that the K.C.P.E and K.C.S.E exams will continue as scheduled, many students were left concerned on possibilities of the educational institutions opening any soon.
However, on his supervision tours for the on going K.C.S.E examination in the country,
This will be good news to the many students who wishes that schools be opened as scheduled in May.
“By the grace of God the children will come to school the time we said they should come to school.I am hoping that since it looks like the Covid-19 curve is beginning to flatten, there may be no need to summon education stakeholders, for now, to look at the timetable afresh,” Magoha said.
Magoha also said that everything had gone on as expected in regard to the exams and all pregnancy issues had been addressed with the girls doing their exams.
K.C.P.E results are set to be released in two weeks time as expected according to the CS.
Speaking at Kiambu Township Secondary School in Kiambu County, the Education CS Prof. George Magoha witnessed the the Start of C.R.E paper 2.
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