PS encourages students as KCSE kicks off
Broadcasting and Telecommunication Principal Secretary(PS) Sammy Itemere, has called on Musingu High School in Kakamega County alumni to supplement government’s efforts to give the school a face lift.
The PS was speaking at the school today when he oversaw commencement of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations.
Flanked by the Kakamega South Sub County Education Officer, Kipsang Birech, director of ICT, Browne Kutswa and the school’s principal,Elphas Luvaso, the PS pledged to explore the possibility of having the school equipped with computers.
The PS encouraged the 333 candidates at the school to be focused on the examinations so as to excel and pursue higher education.
The principal said that the students were determined to pass the KCSE, despite accommodation at the institution was wanting.
According to him there were inadequate classrooms and dormitories. “The boys are squeezed in dormitories and classrooms,” said Mr. Luvaso.
Mr. Itemere, thanked the government and the citizenry for ensuring that there was a secure environment for students in the country to do national examinations.
He implored the public to uphold peace in-order to attend to their tasks and businesses, adding that this will enable them realise socio-economic development.
High school students in the country are taking Mathematics and Chemistry today.
By Bantaleo Muhindi