Isiolo was taken to KCPE Hospital after she went into labor during the exam and failed to give birth | Rare Techy
- The KCPE candidate of Emegen Primary School in Burat Ward was taken to a nearby hospital when she went into labour.
- However, the student did not give birth and a medical examination confirmed that she was not in labor
- Another pupil at Rumate Primary School took an exam at the local dispensary after giving birth
A Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidate in Isiolo has been forced to sit the exam in labor.
A student of Emegen Primary School in Burat Ward was taken to a nearby hospital when she experienced labor pains but did not give birth.
In the incident on Wednesday, November 30, county education director James Nyaga said an assessment found she should not have delivered.
“The girl went into labor but did not give birth. An assessment showed that she did not have to deliver,” Nyaga was quoted as saying by the Nation.
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In the same county, another student took a postpartum exam at a local dispensary.
The Rumate Primary School pupil gave birth before sitting her Social Studies and Religion exam.
KCPE candidate gave birth before Maths paper
In another news, an eighth grader sitting for the KCPE exam gave birth moments before the mathematics paper on Monday, November 28.
A report by Citizen Digital indicates that a student from Taraka Niti County gave birth to a baby boy at Marimanti Hospital this morning.
Area Education Director Salesio Maringhe said candidates will continue to take exams from the hospital.
Kapenguria police officer spotted with KCSE candidate
Elsewhere, a police officer was arrested after a missing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) female candidate was found at her home.
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The candidate’s father from Keringate Trading Center said his daughter went missing on Monday, November 21.
It was then confirmed that the suspected officer, James Njuguna, locked the schoolgirl inside a house at Keringate Police Station.
The station’s OCS Stephen Kibet mobilized police officers who stormed Njuguna’s house with the help of a rowdy mob.
On gaining entry to the home, he was found inside along with the student in question.
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