Kizi KCPE exam candidate lives in dire condition after delivery, well-wishers unite to help | Rare Techy
- A Grade 8 student of Kenyoro Primary School, Kisii County, South Mugirango, Gucha Sub-County, Nyamarambe Sub-Location gave birth during the KCPE examination.
- She gave birth before her first maths paper on Monday, and a kind-hearted policewoman holding the baby as she sat for her paper went viral.
- After being discharged from hospital, police officer Gladys Kimani was dismayed to learn that Bossibori was living with his mentally challenged mother and very elderly grandmother.
The viral photo of policewoman Gladys Kimani, who was kind enough to hold a baby for a brave student to sit for her Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), has warmed the hearts of Kenyans everywhere.
The KCPE candidate is living in a deplorable condition
The joy was short-lived that the student, whose identity we withheld as we were not sure whether she was a minor or not, bravely went into labor to take the exam and went home in miserable conditions.
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“Her mother is mentally challenged, which poses a danger to the child, and her grandmother is old and cannot be cared for in any way,” said police officer Sami Nagare. TUKO.co.ke In an interview.
“It made me very upset; she would have been better off in the hospital instead of going to that house,” he added.
Officer Kimani from Nyamarambe took the minor who was a pupil of Kenyoro Primary School in Kisii County after helping the candidate by holding his baby; She did shopping for her and took her home.
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She was disappointed that they had yet to scratch the surface of the student’s problems.
“A neighbor volunteered to take care of her and the baby even though the neighbor was poor. Aki poverty! (Poverty is bad),” Ngare said.
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Nagare and other well-wishers started raising money to buy diapers, food and clothes to ensure the child lives well.
“Now, we want to take her to a rescue center for children so that the girl and her baby can live comfortably for now,” Nagare said.
Ngare is appealing to well-wishers to donate money and material things to help keep the baby safe and comfortable.
“I advocate that people buy things instead of money. I’ve always wanted to work with physical things instead of money.” Nagare clarified.
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Last month, Narok County primary and secondary schools reported a total of 741 pregnant women, of which 248 girls sat for the national examination.
Narok South is 149th and Narok Central 140th in the number of teenagers.
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The Education Officer assured everyone that his office is ready to handle candidates who go into labor during the exam.
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