Kenya: Two Students Sit Kcse in Hospital
By Hilton Otenyo, 12 November 2012
Two KCSE candidates who gave birth at the Kakamega Provincial General Hospital will now sit for the rest of the papers at the hospital. Doctors said the two will be retained in the hospital because they birth through the caesearean operation and need to be observed for several days.
The two students from Lukusi Secondary School in Kakamega and Lunza Secondary in Butere district were admitted on and Friday and Sunday. The two candidates are among three candidates who are sitting their exams at the hospital.
The third candidate is a student at Shimanyiro Secondary School from Kakamega South district who reportedly developed mental disorders just before the exams began.
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