You can do better, Mandera students told

By NepJournal March 30, 2015 23:17

You can do better, Mandera students told

By Hussein Ahmed

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Students in Mandera County have been urged to aim higher in national examinations following an exemplary performance from a student from the area in last year’s KCSE examinations.

Speaking after presiding over the 2015 Mandera North Sub-county education day, the county’s CEC for Education Mr. Okash Abdullahi said that nothing could stop students in the area from emulating their colleague Ibrahim Abdi Ali, a former student of Shiekh Ali Secondary in the troubled Rhamu town of Mandera North Sub-County who scored 81 points.

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The theme of the of the event held at Sheikh Ali High school in Rhamu town over the weekend was “providing quality education through effective service delivery”.

Mandera North Sub-county produced the first student with an A grade in the history of Mandera County in the 2014 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations.


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By NepJournal March 30, 2015 23:17

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