DP Gachagua Throws A Mega Party Worth Ksh. 400, 000 To Komarock Primary School.
President William Ruto (center) on his left Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja and other leaders, on Ruto’s right deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and former Education CS George Magoha at the Komarock Primary on Wednesday, October 12, 2022
” After you are through with your exams, I will give the headteacher Kshs300,000 so that after the exams you can come and have a bash,” he stated, much to the delight of the students.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua at Light House Chapel International on November 28, 2022Rigathi Gachagua
In his message, Gachagua expressed confidence that the candidates were adequately prepared for the final examination and thus encouraged them to exhibit resilience throughout the period.
He assured that the government was determined to ensure a conducive environment for all learners, unlike in his childhood days when learners were subjected to destitute conditions.
“We are here to encourage you and to wish you well. We want to ask you to be focused, an exam is just an exam and you are on your path to destiny,” Gachagua noted.
In addition, the second-in-command pledged to look into concerns about water shortage raised by the school’s management.
He vowed to make arrangements with Nairobi Water and Sanitation Company to deliver a new borehole to the school.
Kenya Kwanza, he reiterated, resolved to address education sector challenges to enhance the efficiency and quality of education imparted to the children.
He cited the ongoing Competency-Based Curriculum review as the perfect indicator of the government’s dedication to promoting education.
On his part, President William Ruto led other government officials in witnessing the administration of examination papers to candidates at Joseph Kangethe Primary School, Kibra, Nairobi.
The President, while relaying his success wishes, noted that the government would ensure a smooth examination process free of disruption.
The KCPE examinations commenced on Monday, November 29, and were slated to end on Wednesday, November 30.