Deputy President William Ruto visited Moi Girls High School, Nairobi to inspect the progress of the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations.
Mr Ruto who was accompanied by Education Cabinet Secretary – Amina Mohammed, Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang and Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) Chairman Prof. George Magoha. They toured the institution shortly before the students sat for their Chemistry Paper Two.
Addressing the students, Mr Ruto said that the Government would deliver credible examinations.
The Deputy President said Government was keen in ensuring examinations were credible so as to develop the right technical expertise to drive the country’s economy.
He said all students sitting this year’s KCSE would be admitted to universities, technical institutes among other institutions of learning.
“We have a place for each one of you next year in our institutions of higher learning. We have made it possible for each one of you to pursue your careers and go after your talents in all areas. That’s why we are committed to quality and affordable education,” said Mr Ruto.
“I want you to be relaxed and comfortable while doing your examinations then next year you will move to the next level. We have come here to stand by you and the school,” added Mr Ruto.
He praised Ministry of Education and KNEC management for working round the clock to ensure credible examinations.
“As parents we are confident that these examinations are of integrity. You will make us proud as parents when you excel,” Mr Ruto told the students.
Ms Mohammed said she was confident that her team would deliver credible examinations.