Questions raised on fate of 11,500 candidates who missed KCPE

In Summary

•He said he also telephoned MPs Junet Mohammed and Babu Owino to apologize.

•The chopper was stoned at Kabenes in Uasin Gishu after the burial of Mzee Jackson Kiprotiich Kibor on Friday.


The fate of almost 11,000 students who failed to sit 2021 KCPE exam is not yet known.

Most of the students were already registered but did not show up for the exam due to various reasons.

Regional Educational Learning Initiative raised concerns over policies that need to work on the retention of such learners.

Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi has said he called former prime minister Raila Odinga to apologize for the incident where his chopper was stoned.

Sudi has also publicly apologized in Eldoret over the incident.

He said he also telephoned MPs Junet Mohammed and Babu Owino to apologize.

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