Kenyatta surprises Uhuru Gardens Primary School candidates


Kenyatta surprises Uhuru Gardens Primary School candidates
President Uhuru Kenyatta at Uhuru Gardens Primary School in Langata, Nairobi. PHOTO| COURTESY

In Summary

  • The KCPE examinations enter day two today with Candidates expected to sit for their Science paper and later in the day Kiswahili and Insha papers.
  • The class 8 students sat for the Mathematics, English and Composition papers on Tuesday, in the exam that is scheduled to end tomorrow.
  • This comes even as over 10 candidates sat their papers in hospital yesterday due to pregnancies and injuries.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has assured Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination candidates of full transition to secondary schools.

Speaking during an impromptu visit to Uhuru Gardens Primary School in Langata, Nairobi ahead of today’s papers, President Kenyatta encouraged the candidates urging them to maintain integrity during the exam period.

“Do not be under pressure to do anything that is wrong, just do your best and my promise is so long as you have done your best, everyone of you will find a place in secondary school,” said President Kenyatta.

The KCPE examinations enter day two today with candidates expected to sit for their Science paper and later in the day Kiswahili and Insha papers.

The Class 8 pupils sat for the Mathematics, English and Composition papers on Tuesday, in the exam that is scheduled to end tomorrow.

This comes even as over 10 candidates sat their papers in hospital yesterday due to pregnancies and injuries.

Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed however maintains that all registered candidates will do their exams.

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