Matiang’i assures watertight security as KCPE kicks off nationwide

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Interior and National Coordination Cabinet Secretary Dr.Fred Matiang’i has assured the country that the KCPE examinations that kicked off on Tuesday across the country will go on without any interruption. Speaking on Tuesday morning in Gilgil where he witnessed the opening of examination container, Dr.Matiang’i stated that all measures are in place. He once again assured teachers that his Ministry will work closely with the Education Ministry to ensure maximum security is provided during the exercise. The CS calling on security officers assigned towards the exercise to ensure they play…

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190 adult education candidates to sit for KCPE in Nakuru West Sub County

A total of 190 adult education candidates from Nakuru West Sub County will sit this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education. This is according to Nakuru West sub county Adult education officer Dr.Samuel Muthee. Speaking on Monday during a rehearsal at Kaptembwa Primary school where 34 adult education candidates will be sitting their exams, Dr.Muthee revealed that besides Kaptembwa Primary school, other centres in Nakuru West include Prisons and Rhonda Primary schools. While noting that there has been proper preparation for the adult education candidates sitting for KCPE this year,…

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Gilgil Private schools shine in KCPE 2018

Just minutes after Education Cabinet Secretary Amb.Amina Mohammed released the 2018 KCPE results, it was all joy and jubilation in Private schools in Nakuru County as they maintained their tradition of excellent performance compared to public schools. Kabarak school had the best candidate scoring 451. In Gilgil Sub County, academic giants produced some of the best candidates.St. Peters Elite school, Gilgil hills academy and West way schools producing some of the best candidates in the county. At west way school the best student had 438 Marks while the best student…

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Education PS calls on candidates to be remain confident as KCPE kicks off

Education principal secretary Dr. Bellio Kipsang has called on candidates to remain confident and face the examinations with courage. Speaking in Nakuru on Tuesday morning when oversaw the opening of KNEC container stationed at the county commissioner’s compound, the PS assured all candidates that every measure has been put in place to ensure the exams are completed without any interruptions. He also reminded teachers that a lot has been invested in preparing candidates for the examinations and thus called on everyone to ensure that nothing stops them from harvesting what…

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KCPE candidate hit by a lorry while celebrating

A KCPE candidate is nursing wounds at the St.Mary’s Hospital in Gilgil after he was hit by a lorry. The class eight pupil was hit while celebrating the victory of President Uhuru Kenyatta in the October 26th repeat presidential elections. The 14 year old KCPE candidate, Samson Kamonde Chege, of Lenana Primary school in Nakuru Town hails from Mchanganyiko estate in Bahati Nakuru and was hit by the lorry that was mounted with powerful music system at around 6.40 pm as he joined hundreds of Mchanganyiko residents who poured into…

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Nakuru schools ready for KCPE as candidates go through rehearsal

This year, 1,003,556 candidates are expected to sit KCPE exams in 28,566 centres countrywide, starting with English language and composition on Tuesday, Science, Kiswahili lugha and Kiswahili insha on Wednesday and end on Thursday with social studies and religious studies. A spot check in most of the schools in Nakuru on Monday indicated that indeed the pupils were set for the exams as they were taken through rehearsals. Last year, a total of 942,021 candidates sat the examination 49.7 per cent being girls and 50.3 per cent boys. The exams…

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