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KCPE Candidate Goes Blind, Misses Exam

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KCPE Candidate Goes Blind, Misses Exam

KCPE Candidate Goes Blind, Misses Exam
A candidate who had registered to take the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam was forced to withdraw seven days before the exam, which began on Monday, March 7.
Stella, a student at Kisole Primary School in Mwingi, Kitui County, spoke to the media on Tuesday, March 8, about how a headache prevented her from writing her final exam.
However, the migraine suddenly subsided in the days leading up to the exam, but to her detriment- she had lost her vision.
Her mother rushed her to Mwingi Level Four hospital for an examination. Following a thorough examination and a battery of tests, the doctors determined that she had a brain tumour.
“She has been complaining of a constant headache in the recent past. I used to buy her pain killers but when the pain persisted I brought her to the hospital,” says Kathini Maluki, the girl’s mother.

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Doctors at the facility have referred her to Kenyatta National Hospital, where she will be undergoing a medical procedure.
The learner, whose future is now in jeopardy, is pleading with the government and well-wishers to step in and help her foot the medical bill that is likely to be incurred when she undergoes the operation.
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Her widowed mother is now pleading for assistance in getting her daughter treated and possibly taking her exams, even if it is later in the year.
“I cannot afford her treatment at Kenyatta hospital. I’m just a struggling widow with other children to take care of,” she said.

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