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KCSE Candidate Misses Exam Due To Family Wrangles

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KCSE Candidate Misses Exam Due To Family Wrangles

KCSE Candidate Misses Exam Due To Family Wrangles.
A Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidate in Trans Nzoia County did not show up for the examination.
According to Mr Godfrey Owori, Principal of St. Joseph’s Boys High School, the candidate identified as Gullet Abdi did not appear for the KCSE, which officially began Monday morning, due to a dispute between the parents.
“The student was staying at his father’s place until late last year when the mother came and took him away,” disclosed Owori who did not know where the candidate was.
A family source confirmed to the media that the boy’s parents had divorced due to an unspecified family dispute.
“We had expected the candidate would resurface and sit for the examination. Our efforts to trace the boy have been futile,” the Principal told the media.
Speaking at the school, Ojwang condemned the unfortunate incident and urged parents and guardians not to interfere with their children’s academic pursuits.
“We urge parents and guardians against involving children in family issues that negatively affect their studies,” said Ojwang.
He directed education officers in all five sub-counties to identify candidates who might be unable to sit for the national examination.
“All students who registered for the KCSE must sit for exams,” stated Ojwang who directed local administrators to ensure any affected students have been traced and found.
The CC was at the school when the county’s official kickoff for the 2021 KCSE began.
In Trans Nzoia County, a total of 24,365 candidates are expected to sit for the exam, with 13,091 girls and 11,274 boys.

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