The Homabay county governor Gladys Wanga Led the Condolences to the family who are currently under a painful situation just after loosing one of their siblings who died just hours ahead of her final Kenya certificate of secondary education examinations.
The 19-year-old form four candidate succumbed after successful delivery on Monday when she was taken to Homabay teaching and referral hospital. This was after she was noticed undergoing serious labour on pain on Saturday.
The newly elected Homabay county governor has led the county residents in mourning the late candidate who was expected to sit for her national examination as from Monday 5th.
On the reports sources, governor Gladys Wanga is seen holding the baby to the late KCSE candidate who died yesterday after successful delivery ahead of her national exams.
It is so painful for such happenings to occur especially this time when the candidates are approaching their final examinations. May her soul rest in eternal peace.
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