In Summary
  • Igoki Deputy County Commissioner Sarah Wanjiku said eight percent of students who wrote the KCPE examinations were yet to join high school.
  • North Imenti MP Rahim Dawood urged the government to supply free food to students if it wishes to realise the 100 percent transition rate.

National government coordination officials in Meru have vowed to carry out door-to-door checks for students who have not yet reported to school for Form One admission.

Igoki Deputy County Commissioner Sarah Wanjiku said they will use the list of those yet to take their places in secondary schools to ensure the area attains 100 percent transition from primary school.

Ms Wanjiku said eight percent of students who wrote the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations were yet to join high school.

She spoke at Kinoru Secondary School on Saturday during the disbursement of Sh9 million bursary cheques.

FOOD

North Imenti MP Rahim Dawood urged the government to supply free food to students if it wishes to realise the 100 percent transition rate.

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