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Kenyans Demand KNEC To Let Babu Owino Set KCSE Math Exams.



Kenyans Demand KNEC To Let Babu Owino KCSE Math Exams.

A number of citizens of Kenya have made a request to the Kenya National Examination Council that, Embakasi East member of Parliament, Babu Owino, be allowed to set Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), mathematics exams.

Babu Owino the TEACHER.

This comes barely two days after Hon. Babu Owino, took to his Facebook page to revise some mathematics topic on a live video.

Many were amazed by Babu Owino’s mathematics knowledge, after he did the revision excellently. The lesson was flowing since he was sure of every mathematics formulas of the topics he covered.

Hon. Babu Owino decided to assist form four candidates who are currently at home after schooling was suspended due to Corona virus.

He went live for the mathematics revision lesson, few day after he asked the Ministry of Education, to make sure that, all KCSE exams are set based on the topics that the students had already covered before schools were closed.

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Setting of KCSE Math Exams.

This has therefore convince many Kenyans that, Babu Owino seems to understand Kenyans students more and therefore, if given a chance to set KCSE exams, mathematics paper 1 and 2, he will be very fair to all the candidates.

Few days ago, the Ministry of Education announced that, the students are added one more month to stay at home, there after they will make any other announcement.

The ministry further stated that, so far no decision has been made on whether to postponed examination dates or not. But, cabinet secretary prof George Magoha stated that, the students will be given time to recover the time lost.

READ ALSO: Babu Owini Is Lying About His Background?

A section Kenyans had earlier asked the government to consider opening school for the form four and class 8 candidates only. This was after the government announced that, they were allowing restaurants to operate, leaving out schools and churches.








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