The Embakasi East Member of Parliament, recently asked the CS education for the KCSE papers to check on the setting. The Mp insists that the KCSE papers should be set as per what the 2020 candidates had covered before the covid-19 outbreak in Kenya. He was quoted saying that he had scored 402 marks in KCPE and that he passed excellently from high school. He also said that he has two degrees hence he is legible to check the papers.
“As the secretary general of Kenya Young Parlimentarians, the cabinet secretary education Professor George Albert Magoha Omore must submit in my office those exam papers in advance so that i can verify if they have tested what has not been taught”, said Babu Owino
Now,Paul Ongili, mostly referred to Mp Babu Owino has it that he can manage and lead revision exercise for mathematics on a live programme in Facebook today In his Facebook page.
Through his Facebook Page, honourable Babu Owino has urged all KCSE candidates to stay put on Friday at 1pm as he takes them through a Mathematics revision lesson.
“Stay tuned tomorrow on my Facebook live at 1pm as I will be leading KCSE Candidates on revision of Mathematics,” read his facebook post which he wrote yesterday.
The Mp, Babu Owino further encouraged all his facebook followers to inform all candidates tune in with a pen and paper for the lesson was going to be so tasky.
“Kindly inform the candidates you know to tune in with a pen and paper. Hii itakuwa noma you must watch,” read part of the Facebook post.
All these comes after, the CS for education Magoha insisted that the KNEC examinations are to go on as earlier scheduled. The president of Kenya in a press conference to talk about the Covid-19 pandemic, also said that the examinations are not going to be postponed hence students should continue with revisions from home.
“At this point, the government has not decided to postpone both the KCPE and KCSE. Let our children enjoy the last week on holiday, and then start the one month that has been added to them,” said education CS in one of the past corona virus daily briefings.