Nuru Okanga Awarded Full Secondary Scholarship

Nuru Okanga Awarded Full Secondary Scholarship

Nuru Okanga Awarded Full Secondary Scholarship

Babu Owino, the Member of Parliament for Embakasi East, has promised to fund Nuru Okanga’s education through scholarship on behalf of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).Okanga pledged to pass the entire Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), so he won’t have to worry about paying for his secondary education after he receives his results.

“Congratulations Nuru Okanga for passing the KCPE Exams with flying colours. I will give you a scholarship to further your secondary school Education,” Babu Owino commented.The MP, however, did not reveal Okanga’s KCPE results nor state whether he reached out to the ODM fanatic who sat exams at Mumias Primary School in Kakamega.

Former Defence Cabinet Secretary and DAP-K party leader, Eugene Wamalwa, was among the politicians who joined Babu in congratulating Okanga. “Congratulations, my friend Nuru Okanga for passing your KCPE exams with flying colors! We are proud of you and are the People of Western, Kakamega County, Matungu Constituency, Kholera Ward!

“Your narrative is a motivational example of never being late to realize your aspirations,” Wamlawa posted on his X social media page.Okanga became popular on social media a short while after the 2023 KCPE results were out, owing to claims that he received 401 points overall.But the ODM fan made it clear that the reports were untrue and misleading, as was the index number that was marked. “I do not own that index number. Since the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has not yet made the results public, I am still attempting to obtain them,” Okanga stated.

This year’s best candidate passed the nation’s final KCPE examinations before switching to the Competency-Based Curriculum, with a remarkable score of 428 out of 500. Education CS Ezekiel Machogu had to set up a supplementary exam for the 9,000 candidates who were barred out of the previous exams in January 2024.The Ministry of Education expressed worry on the three times as many applicants as in 2022 who failed the exams this year and got less than a 99.

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