Kenyans have taken to their different social media accounts media accounts to express opinions and suggestions after an incident where the cabinet secretary of education, professor George Magoha made his way to the home of a KCSE candidate who had failed to show up at school for his exams.
According to the reports given by a reliable source, it has been reported that the Education cabinet secretary went to the home of a candidate who is reported to have failed to show up in school for his KCSE exams under unclear circumstances.
Further reports indicate that after determining the reason why the candidate was missing from school, education cabinet secretary took him to sit for his KCSE after coming into an agreement with the school management.
This comes moments after Cs Magoha ordered all parents who might have any candidate sitting at home to make sure they take their kids to school in order to have them seat for their KCSE exams which according to him was a passage to another way of life.
His action has received alot of positive feedback after alot of Kenyans took to social media accounts to praise him for always being true to his words.
Jane Nuhi - Congratulations sir you're showing that you really care for this kids.
Faith Mbuvi - I can't say much but I know that the family of the student were happy to see you because it's like they had lost hope.
Justin Taylor - So great to atleast see a leader doing something for others and actually being on the ground and not sending people.
Agnes Mbuvi - Thank you so much for doing this, one of the greatest cabinet secretary ever.
Ken Mandela - We love you and we will always remember you for this, this is what is meant by serving the people under you.
Kube Otieno - Thank you for you for giving him the opportunity to better his life sir, let him do exams because it's his life now.
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