KCPE Boy Dies Moments After Receiving His Results, He Was Beaten By A Friend Because Of 10 Shillings
Maxwell Onyango, a 15-year-old boy who had just finished his studies at Dago primary school was denied the chance to join his secondary school after a friend beat him with a stone on the head.The sad scenario took place at Dago Trading center in the Uriri sub-county.
Ruth Kiptui Girls High school in Baringo county is allegedly offering full scholarships for five(5) girls willing to join the school.The slots will be available for those who sat for 2020 KCPE which was recently released and, willing to join form one.This is according to information shared by a renowned online news channel in their Facebook account.
The former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko with his wife Winy have in deed touched many lives.The KCSE exams ended on Wednesday and one of Sonko's 'son' sat for the paper.Moses Osanya Gift's mother tragically perished in 2014 in Likoni church shooting incident.
In one of the orphanages in Limuru Constituency, Kiambu county, a bright student who managed to bag 417 marks in KCPE is looking for help to raise high school fees.Mary Wanjiru lives in Alpha Joy Care Children's Home where she was brought by a good samaritan after her mother died.
Kanyiya Primary School which is found in Kikuyu Sub County posted two students who excelled with 400 marks in the 2020 KCPE exam results.This has been their best performance since the year 1983 and they have their new headmaster to thank for this exemplary result.Picture courtesy.
The just concluded national exams have been done amid Covid 19 Pandemic,a situation that none saw coming.The candidates themselves waited longer than expected for their exams.Unfortunately,during the release of KCPE results, Education CS Professor Magoha stated that some 12,000 teachers did not sit for their exams.This has led to questions about the whereabouts of these learners.This is despite the government embarking on a door- to-door search for the missing learners when the schools opened on January 4th 2021.
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As parents and former KCPE candidates continue to celebrate their previous results, a number of parents have resulted into scratching their heads on how they'll aquire their children's Secondary School fees.However, luck befelled two Nandi County top KCPE scorers after Governor Stephen Sang officially chipped in into their aid and declared to offer financial support towards their educational career.
The Kenya National examination Council KNEC is a body mandated to set, manage, mark and release exams in the country.It's entitled to do everything to ensure KCSE and KCPE are perfectly done.The body has been using teachers to supervise and invigilate exams country wide.
Last week on Thursday, Prof. George Magoha announced the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results that was done in March this year.The results were announced at Mtihani House that is found in Nairobi.Top government lawmakers and civil servants attended the release ceremony among them Teachers Service Commission (TSC) boss Dr. Nancy Macharia and Education Committee chairperson Hon.
The Wings to Fly grant program, an activity of the Equity Group and the Mastercard Foundation (MCF), was established to support voluntary training for children who are doing well from well-tested financial bases.With support from different partners, the program offers the acceptance of a program to prepare recently reduced children in all areas.
The radio citizen presenters managed to have a dialogue with the Kenya National Union of Teachers head General Willson Sosion on discussion of the ministry of education management.General Willson Sosion congratulated the ministry of education on good work being done in the education sector by the cabinet secretary to improve the quality of education.
KCPE candidates, Picture Courtesy.Thousands of candidates who sat for Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination 2020 are home awaiting admission to various secondary schools across the county.Most parents are also on the run sourcing for money to send these candidates to schools when that time comes.
The no-nonsense and tough Cabinet Secretary of Education Prof George Magoha (pictured) has cautioned stakeholders that there will be dire consequences of using devious means to acquire admissions in schools.Speaking in a press briefing, he said that every child is entitled to go to a better school regardless of where he comes from either in the slums or posh estates.
It is sad news for the parents of Maxwell Onyango after he was hit to death by a playmate over sh.10 raw.The 15-year-old Maxwell is said to have picked ten shillings belonging to his friends who in turn picked a stone and hit him leading to his collapse and consequently death.
Cases of defilement have been on the rise in the country especially amongst the school going children.A P1 teacher in Nyamira County has been arrested for defiling a 14 year old girl who was his pupil.Speaking to news reporters, The Deputy County Commissioner of Nyamira County David Lusave said that the girl reported the incident to her parents who later on reported to police.
A 15 year old boy by the name Maxwell Onyango from Migori county at Uriri sub county in Dago trading center, who just did his KCPE examination this year dies after he was hit with a stone by his playmate over ten shillings.The observer who witnessed what happened said that, Maxwell was hit by a stone near his ear after which, he fell down and collapsed which led to his demise.
Growing up as a kid, all I ever wanted was to become the most successful in studies.I could spend the whole day on books, trying to learn new things and sharpen my brain in order to achieve my goals.Luckily enough, I managed to pass both the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and got a chance to join one of the best Universities in the country to pursue my long-term dream- Bachelor of Education Science, with IT (Mathematics and Physics).
It is a sad moments in Migori county, Uriri sub-county,west Kanyamkago after one student who did his KCPE in 2021 and was expecting to kin a secondary school was stjed to death by his friend who is about 13 years of age over a dispute of 10 Shillings.
A 15-year old kid who just got his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results passed on after his close companion hit him with a stone over Sh10 at Dago exchanging focus, Uriri Sub-County.As per Kajulu II region aide Chief Charles Onindo, the minors were playing when the expired who he said posted great KCPE results picked his companion's cash.
The CS of education professor George Magoha addressed the nation over the completion of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination today.He updated the nation of how the examinations were done and the legal action taken against the students who engaged in examination malpractices.He said those who tried to cheat in exams were very bold but the ministry was way ahead of them.