Joho’s embarrassing Primary School results revealed After Scoring D Minus in KCSE

On Wednesday, the Governor’s primary school, Tom Mboya Primary School, disclosed his KCPE results following investigations launched by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).

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A section of the public mocked Joho for scoring a D Minus in his final exams with some questioning whether he was fit to run a county with such ‘embarrassing intellectual capabilities’.

In a letter to the anti-graft body, the school head teacher revealed that Mr Joho scored a total of 286 marks out of the possible 600.

According to his result slip, the ODM Deputy chairman scored D Plus in Science and Agriculture, Geography, History and cCvic and Religious Education, and Arts and craft, Home Science and Music.

His best subject was Mathematics and Kiswahili in which he managed a B Minus. In English the Governor had a C Plus.

This was brought to light after the EACC directed the school to confirm whether the Governor was a pupil at the institution.

“With the reference to your letter requesting to facilitate investigation on Ali Hassan Joho, kindly I do hereby confirm that Joho was a pupil in this school,” the letter read in part.

Despite his grades which his political rivals have termed as ‘shameful’, Joho previously noted that he was proud of himself because he did not let his grade dictate his future.

“I got a D-minus but I have since made tremendous progress. Some people perform poorly in exams because of poverty but should not be discouraged since that is not the end of the road,” Joho said.

Here is the letter:

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