In Summary
  • Principal Joshua Wanga the classrooms were destroyed by the winds after day one of the exams.
  • A candidate from Mahaya Mixed Secondary School in Rarieda Sub-County is writing her exam from Lwak Mission Hospital.
  • A total of 19,554 candidates are taking the exams in the 247 centres in Siaya County.

Strong winds accompanying the ongoing heavy rains pounding parts of Siaya on Monday evening blew off roofs of classrooms where 25 KCSE candidates of Mudhiero Mixed Secondary School in Ugunja Sub-County are taking their exams.

According to the Siaya County Director of Education Joseph Wamocho, plans have been put in place to ensure the affected students continue with their exams.

The school's board chairman, Dr Joshua Wanga, told the Nation that the classrooms were destroyed by the winds after day one of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams.

Mudhiero Mixed Secondary School

Mudhiero Mixed Secondary School in Ugunja, Siaya County where strong winds ripped off roofs on November 4, 2019. PHOTO | DICKENS WASONGA | NATION MEDIA GROUP

CANDIDATE DELIVERS

Meanwhile, a candidate from Mahaya Mixed Secondary School in Rarieda Sub-County is writing her exam from Lwak Mission Hospital where she was admitted on Saturday.

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