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Village Enrolls First Student to Alliance After 96 Years Of School History

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Village Enrolls First Student to Alliance After 96 Years Of School History

Village Enrolls First Student to Alliance After 96 Years Of School History.
A Laikipia County village is overjoyed after sending its first Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidate to the Alliance High School in the school’s 96-year history.
Evans Maina made Nturukuma Village proud by securing a place at his dream school in the recently concluded 2021 Form One selection process.
Maina expressed his excitement to the media, noting that the national school was his first choice and his dream school. He promised to make the most of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
“I have always regarded Alliance High School as one of the best and I desired to join. I thank God for the selection process that gifted me the opportunity to join the school and I promise not to let you down,” he stated.
Notably, Evans did not break only the record of being the first student to enrol in a top-performing school. Maina was the first student from Nturukuma to achieve a national examination score of more than 400.
Given the difficulties he faced in obtaining an education, the newly christened village hero is an inspiration to many. Having come from a small town, gaining access to learning resources proved difficult.
“I did not have the resources I needed and was forced to borrow books from some of my friends. Even at home, I did not quite have the perfect studying environment, but I am glad I made it,” he stated.
His mother acknowledged the difficulties, stating that it was difficult to get him through primary school. This, combined with the insecurity in most parts of Laikipia county, created challenges that he overcame.

Village Enrolls First Student to Alliance After 96 Years Of School History.

Maina, who aspires to be a pilot, will be joined at the prestigious national school by another top student, Magata Bruce Makenzie.
According to Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha, 38,797 candidates were placed in national schools, 214,960 in extra county schools, 258,456 in county schools, 726,311 in sub-county schools, and 2,045 in special needs schools.
Magoha stated that the government will provide 9,000 scholarships to deserving students. However, 4,000 of the same will be given to students from urban informal settlements.
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Village Enrolls First Student to Alliance After 96 Years Of School History.

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