SO SAD: A 2017 KCSE Candidate Died Hours after Release of Result!

-A 2017 KCSE candidate in Migori County jumped into a borehole after she realized she had C- (minus) in the result announce on Wednesday, December 20

-Caren Ouma 21, committed suicide after she attained C- (minus)

-The demise of Caren Ouma occur amid calls for probe into the alleged exams marking irregularities

-National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Amollo, KNUT and KUPPET disregarded the 2017 KCSE exams Results

A family in Migori now mourns the death of their daughter Caren Ouma of Moi Nyabohanse in Kuria, who jumped into a family bore-hole after the exam results revealed that she scored C- (minus).

Reports reaching us at reveals that, Caren took the decision at 11PM last night after her parent allegedly quarreled her. The parent were not happy after she scored C- (minus) taken into consideration that, she repeated form four full of hopes that she would get a better grades that would win her university entry chance.

Migori County Commander Joseph Nthenge confirmed the incident and reported that the body has since been salvaged and taken to Migori Level Four Mortuary

According to 2017 KCSE results released by CS Fred Matiang`i on Wednesday, December 20, only 142 candidates scored A (plain), 2714 scored A- (minus) and only about 11% of the candidates managed university entry points.

Mass failure of student registered in the 2017 KCSE exams has thus received varied reactions from different personalities especially the Unions of teachers in this country.

National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Amollo have also called upon the formation of a task-force to investigate into the mass failure of students in 2017 KCSE exams

Unions of teachers in Kenya also called for probe into the making of 2017 KCSE exams. The unions claimed that the exams results were released while marking was still on.

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