As expected, former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale is yet again among parents whose children sat the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).
In the just-released examinations by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha, Khwalwale’s two children were among the candidates who posted satisfactory results.
Taking to social media, Khalwale announced that his daughter Flavia Shimuli Khalwale scored an A-(minus) while his son Stephen Kapten Khalwale achieved a C+ (plus).
Shimuli, who studied at Alliance Girls High School had 75 aggregate points, scoring English A-, Kiswahili A-, Mathematics A, Biology A-, Physics B+, Chemistry B, Geography A- and Business Studies B.
On the other hand, Kapten schooled at Kakamega High School. He had 47 aggregate points scoring B- in English, Kiswahili B, Mathematics C-, Biology C-, Physics D, Chemistry D+, History B and Business Studies C+.
In his tweet, Khalwale celebrated the teaching and non-teaching staff of both schools.
“Celebrating twin blessings! My family and I thank God together with the teaching and non-teaching staff of Alliance Girls High School and Kakamega High School,” said Khalwale.
After his announcement, Kenyans expressed varied reactions.
Francis Muibau said: “This man is blessed. Nothing good like your children excelling in schools.”
Betty Kirui said: “What a father of many generations!!!Abraham of nowadays, be blessed.”
King Zedd Wailer said: “Boni khalwale kindly declare to the public the number of children you own in this country.”
Oliviah Emodo said: “Its a blessing to produce offspring of high IQ,the best legacy you can ever have.”
Jemimah N Mercy said: “How many children does Khalwale has? Every exam release and graduation ceremonies Khalwale is celebrating.”
Julie Gituma said: “This Akuku danger of our times makes me happy!!…may God bless him for obeying God’s word about procreation!!”
In the results announced on Saturday, April 23, Jariel Ndeda Obura from Mang’u High School emerged as the top student with an A (plain) of 87.167 points.
Obura was closely followed by Mukuha Timothy of Alliance High School with 87.139 points and Mang’u’s Job Ngara closed the best three after amassing 87.116 points.
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