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10 Students Sit KCSE Exams At An Eldoret Hospital After Giving Birth

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10 Students Sit KCSE Exams At An Eldoret Hospital After Giving Birth

10 Students Sit KCSE Exams At An Eldoret Hospital After Giving Birth.
Ten students from various counties in Western Kenya are taking their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret.
The ten candidates have already given birth. Uasin Gishu county commissioner Stephen Kihara said on Tuesday.
Two of the girls are from the county, with one being taken to the hospital from Burnt Forest after giving birth.
“We were alerted about a girl at Naiberi Primary School and when we went there we found that the girl had already started experiencing labor pains. She was able to get through and gave birth after the exam,” said Kihara.
Because of the hospital’s capacity, the county commissioner stated that they were also receiving candidates from neighboring counties.
“We still have other referral cases from MTRH from Kisii, Kericho and Marakwet who are doing their exams in the hospital. Yesterday we had nine and today we have one,” added Kihara.
On March 13, two Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) students were forced to sit for their exams at Mpeketoni District hospital after delivery.
Lamu County Commissioner Irungu Macharia confirmed the new development.
He stated that the students would take their exams at Majembeni Secondary School and Coast Khalid Girls Secondary School.
“Only two incidences have been reported in Lamu county where two candidates gave birth with no complications and later on proceeded to sit for their exams from their hospital beds,” Macharia told the press. 

10 Students Sit KCSE Exams At An Eldoret Hospital After Giving Birth

The two will take hospital exams until they are ready to be discharged and go home.
A Kenya Certificate of Secondary School Education (KCSE) candidate from Kakamega is writing her exam at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital (JOOTRH), where she is receiving cancer treatment.
Hussein Alanson Hussein, Kisumu Central Deputy County Commissioner (DCC), said the student, who was admitted to the facility’s cancer center last week, is being monitored by specialists as she sits for the exam.
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He also stated that arrangements have been made with the facility’s Cancer specialists to ensure that the student sits for the exam uninterrupted.
“This is a unique case and the only one we have so far, but we have put in place measures to ensure that all KNEC protocols are observed as she sits for the examination,” he said.
10 Students Sit KCSE Exams At An Eldoret Hospital After Giving Birth

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