Khalwale angers Kenyans after “bragging” about daughter’s KCPE results

He posted her results on Twitter but Kenyans were not impressed


She attained the impressive marks despite attending a public school deep in the rural areas of Kakamega.

“My dota (sic) has just made us proud by her success at the #KCPE2018. My wives en I owe it to prayers & the teachers of Malinya Pr School. Congratulations my Oliviorii,” Khalwale said.

However, netizens were not impressed by the tweet, many of them posting marks of their friends and relatives who had scored better while others joked that they were tired of congratulating Khalwale every year.

“Unatuangusha Bonny, kuna sis wangu amepata 395 in a public school na sijakuja Twitter kusumbua watu,” Felix Kikwai said on Twitter.

“Every year you proud of a kcse result from one of your many more are we expecting??" Molly Odhiambo complained.

“Mheshimiwa kwani kila mwaka since 2010 unapelekanga tu mtoto form one... Indeed you are filling the earth,” Kevin Livoyi replied.

“That child schooled in Hill School from nursery to few days to the exam. She registered and sat for her exam at the public facility,” Mackxwell Rosengeri said in a replying tweet.

“Had you put a little effort assisting her in her homework instead of attending burials and following Ruto she could have attained above 400,anyway congrats to her for making it on her own,” County Olaf.

Last year, the outspoken politician impressed Twitter after he announced that two of his children,  Flava and Steve had excelled in the 2017 KCPE exam with 407 and 402 marks respectively.

In 2016, Khalwale celebrated his son Engine Khalwale after he scored 400 marks in the end of primary school education.

In 2014, he took to Twitter where he also celebrated his daughter, Linda Khalwale, who was among the top candidates with 428 marks in KCPE.


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