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Parents Whose Children Scored 380+ Marks to Submit Their Details to NATON MEDIA GROUP

Following the announcement of the KCPE examination results today, Many Parents while celebrating the results of their children, might in one way or another be having their thoughts divided between Joy and what to offer for their Child/Children for their successful progress in Secondary Education. 

Fees has always been a problem to many of the Kenyan Parents, especially those from poor backgrounds and this is why many bright minds in most instances end up failing to pursuing their schoolings at their schools of choice. The outbreak of the current Covid-19 pandemic to Kenya last year, may have contributed a lot to this, following various Covid-19 measures imposed and which led to destabilization of the economy. The impact that brought about by the Covid-19 restrictions impacted Kenyans negatively. 

KCPE candidates in preparation to sit for the KNEC examinations. PHOTO |TWITTER

Many Kenyans have not been leading a normal life since last year, a clear indication that admitting their children to secondary educations could be a hill to climb.

Well, while announcing the KCPE examinations that saw Faith Kawii Mumo top the examinations with 433 Marks, CS for Educatiom Prof. George Magoha made it clear that Admission to Form one for all the 2020 KCPE candidates would be quickened, and to most parents who couldn’t afford fees, the announcement wouldn’t be welcomed well, but it’s now going to be a sign of relief to them, after Nation Media announced through their twitter handle that they have good news for parents whose children scored at least 380 Marks in the 2020 KCPE examinations.

In the tweet, the News outlet wishes to inform these parents whose children have attained the 380 score onwards to contact them through email on; [email protected] media.com or on phone through: 0719038448, attaching the details of their names, Marks and School.

CSEducation, Prof George Magoha. PHOTO |COURTESY

If your child has scored 380 marks and above in the 2020 KCPE exams, kindly email [email protected] or call 0719038448 with details including name, marks and school. #KCPEResults https://t.co/m0Ij8wr5uB

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