Traditionally, girls were married off to their parent's choice of men. This was believed that a woman or a lady never had much significance in society. The traditional society believed the best thing a woman could do was to sire children to his husband's family and more so, they were considered a source of income for the family and a sound of relief for the family if she was married off.
Chief Justice Martha Koome has met Lucy Njeri, a young Loreto Girls High School girl who had requested a chance to meet her. She met her after travelling all the way to their school on Sunday where they share a lot together and she as well promised to ensure that she wi facilitate her education all the way to the university level.
|Photo Courtesy Of A Crying Mom Taking Her Son To Report To Kangaru School While Carrying A Male Hen| Photos shared by one of our local media station showing a mother taking her son to report to school while carrying a cock has left many heartbroken. A mother has left many feeling her pain after she was captured breaking into tears as she took her son to report to form one at Kangaru School in Embu.
When the KCPE results were announced in 2010,I was happy that i attained the marks that I had always wished to get.For this reason,I was sure i was going to land a good school at the Capital I had chosen,and that's what exactly happened.
Parents To Expect Their Children Home For Midterm Break On This Date Check Out The Date; Parents who have learners in primary and secondary schools should expect to receive their children at home next week on Thursday May ,26. According to the Ministry of Education 2022 academic year calendar , Term one will end on 2nd July 2022 when learners across the country will begin their holidays which will last till 10th July 2022.
Martha Koome; the chief justice of the republic of Kenya, on Sunday, May 22 has stated that she will pay a visit to Lucy Njagi Njoki, a top Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) 2021 student. The student revealed that Lady Justice Martha Koome was her role model and that she aspired to meet her.
A Form One student reporting to Kangaru School in Embu County arrived at the school accompanied by her mother while carrying a cockerel as his means to pay secondary school fees.Lawrence Murimi, 14, scored 313 marks in his KCPE examinations and said he was given the cockerel by his uncle after being initiated.
What Principal Did As Parent Brought Cock Without School Fees For Her 2021 KCPE Child Causing Uproar
Photo courtesy Poverty is killing dreams of many youths here in Kenya, this is portrayed by a number of youths who are dropping out of school day by day due to lack of school fees brought up by poverty. Also more number of bright students especially those who did 2021 KCPE exams hence failing to join form 1 due to lack of fees.
Reports of a Kikuyu radio presented Muthee Kiengei Wa Watoria coming to the rescue of a form one student from Embu after reporting to school with a cock. According to reports, Lawrence Murimi a young boy had scored 313 marks in KCPE and he was called to join Kangaru high school in Embu.
Good News To These Students As The Ministry Of Education Issues These Fresh Directives To Principals
Good news to these students as the ministry of education issues these new fresh directives to the school principals across this country. The ministry of education through CS Prof George Magoha has been making a follow up on 100% transition from the Primary Schools to the Secondary Schools, with this regard the ministry of education has been claiming that a number of form one students who have not reported to their school because they lack the school fees.
Meet a Girl Who Excelled In KCPE Herds Goats Over Lack Of Fees; Despite overcoming challenges and excelling in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exam, Faith Kasungwa is yet to join Form One. Kasungwa from Kilonzo village in Nzambani, Kitui East, sat the exam at Nzambani Primary School.
A few days ago KUCCPS board opened it's portal for the 2022/2023 Candidates to apply for courses. The students are encouraged to make the necessary arrangements and apply for the courses that they wish to study in campus. The portal provides a list of institutions, programs and other related details such as cluster points for each course.
Kenya's Chief Justice Martha Koome has offered to sponsor the secondary education and University education of a needy student who was her role model and wished to meet her. The student, who goes by the name of Lucy Njoki, was the KCPE 2021 top performer in Kiambaa in Kiambu County and had the wish of meeting the Chief Justice Martha Koome who is her role model.
Photo courtesy Education is the Key to success and that's why many students are working hard to achieve that success by excelling well in academic work and ends up getting good grades in National exams like KCPE and KCSE so that they can have a bright future. Although many students excel well in National exams majority of them fail to move to the next level especially joining forms 1 or joining universities due to poverty hence being unable to raise fee required by those learning institutions hence end up losing hope in life or begging for support to well wishers.
Many people have been left heartbroken by photos posted by one of our local media outlets showing a mother taking her son to school while carrying a cock. Many people have felt the pain of a mother who was caught on camera crying as she drove her son to Kangaru School in Embu to report to form one.
Machakos National Police Service has teamed up to assist 2021 KCPE candidates with their enrollment in high school. On May 4th, Simon Muthama Nzioki reported to the school of his choice, Machakos Boys' School, after receiving 403 points on his KCPE. As mentioned in his acceptance letter, he reported to school without school fees and personal belongings, thus beginning his secondary education at the lowest level.
Emotions High as Bright, Needy Form 1 Student Reports to School With a Cock in Company of His Mother
A form one student has left many people with alot of emotions after he reported to school with a cock accompanied by his mother to negotiate for his admission. The student, Laurence Murimi aged 15 from Embu county reported to school with cock he had received from his uncle during his circumcision.
A student called Lawrence Murimi at Kangaru School in Embu county has shocked many people after arriving at school with a cockerel to pay his school fee which is Ksh. 48,000 according to school administration. The student who scored 313 marks in KCPE was accompanied by his mother with cockerel that he said he was gifted with by his uncle after being initiated previously.
An Embu boy from Majengo estate has left teachers at the Kangaru Boys high school surprised after appearing in the school with only a cocktail cater for his fees. Lawrence Murimi, the student, did his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) this year and scored 313 marks.
It was a great relief to Simon Muthama Nzioki,who scored 403 marks in the 2021 KCPE Exam which was released one month ago and candidates had already joined to the respective schools when Machakos National Police service contributed over Ksh 200,000 to sponsor this education of a needy.