Pictured while feeding chicken at her home in Olaare village is Immaculate Chepng’etich Lagat, 24, with her two children.Immaculate was the best student in her school, Olaare Secondary School in Ainabkoi Constituency, Uasin Gishu County, despite being a wife and mother of two.
Identical twins Immaculate and Grace Kahiga each scored 402 marks in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations. The two, known as “Queens of Mathematics”, have been admitted to Maryhill Girls High School in Thika despite having chosen different institutions. Grace had chosen Maryhill while Immaculate chose Pangani Girls in Nairobi, but providence, perhaps, saw them gain admission to the same school.
All the twins who scored over 400 marks in KCPE 2020 are happy because they have been admitted top performing national schools across the country. Identical twins Immaculate and Grace Kahiga each scored 402 in 2020 Kenya Cirtificate of Primary Education. The two have been admitted to Maryhill Girls High School in Thika.
A family have been thrown into a deep mourning today after body of a woman that have been missing for sometime is captured damped in a septic tank. According to reports about the same, it was indicated that the body of Immaculate who has been since since January this year was today found dumped in a septic tank.
Twist of events as Ugandan Woman Whose body was found in a septic tank diary is revealed. The woman identified as Immaculate Mary Blessing decomposing body was found in a septic tank at her home after missing for several days. According to reports,the woman had feared for his life earlier before her lifeless body was discovered in a septic tank.
Some students from Immaculate girls high school who are said to be fourteen in number have been reported to be arrested by the police after some allegations placed on them that they had a plan of burning their dormitory.
No mother would love to have a disabled child, every mother expects to give birth to a healthy child but to Immaculate things never turned as she expected.
While in a political tour to the coast region, the Deputy President, William Ruto touched the hearts of many residents and students in Immaculate Ndavaya Boys School and MacKinnon Girls School in Kwale County after he gifted them with a bus each. The buses were presented by Ruto himself to the school administrations of the two schools, a move that brought a lot of elation amongst the students, parents and the residents associated with the two schools. Ruto had visited the coast region counties with an agenda
When she moved out of school for giving birth for the second time, Immaculate Chemwetich Lagat, 24, almost surrendered in achieving her academic goals.She thought she had wasted a good opportunity to become who she intended to be in life.Her family and relatives, however, urged her to carry on.