What Khalwale's 2 children scored in KCPE

Khalwale took to Twitter to express his joy.

Dr Khalwale revealed that his little girl, Flavia, scored 407 marks and his small boy, Steve scored 402 respectively meaning that the duo secured direct entries to the national school.

“My little girl, Flavia and my small boy, Steve have excelled in the 2017 KCPE by scoring 407 and 402 marks respectively,” Dr Khalwale disclosed.

The former students of Malinya Primary School of Ikolomani of Kakamega County form part of over 9,000 students who had over 400 marks in the historically clean examination.

“I owe a huge debt of gratitude & unreserved thanks to God, my family, Malinya Primary School teachers and to all those who made this possible,” he added.

In the recent past, children on outspoken politicians in the country have performed decimally poor in the national examinations, yet would have chances to join good public secondary schools.

In 2014, Boni Khalwale was a proud dad after the results of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education were announced.

He would then take on Twitter to express his pride at his daughter’s excellent results. Linda Lichuma Khalwale who was index 1 at Malinya primary school scored 428 marks out of a possible 500.

The 2017 KCSE results have yet opened a new dialogue on the fate of the boy child after a seeming revamped girl child in performance in school. Girls beat boys in the overall performance.

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