KCSE: Atheists in Kenya to reward students who failed religious studies


KCSE: Atheists in Kenya to reward students who failed religious studies
A KCSE exam

The ever controversial Atheists In Kenya (AIK) association are looking to reward students who scored the lowest grade “E” in religious studies in the 2017 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results.

The cash prize of Ksh.10,000 will go to any student who scored the said grade in either Christian Religious Education (CRE) or Hindu Religious Education (HRE.)

Announcing the news via their website and social media pages, the association wants to reward the students because; “We don’t want you to feel like you failed in these subjects! On the contrary, you did spectacularly well!”

AIK has stated that one needs not necessarily be an atheist to participate, and only one boy and one girl will be selected via a random algorithm to win the cash prize.

These winners will then reportedly be invited for an award ceremony in 2018.

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