Chesumei Sub County in Nandi has over seven hundred 2020 KCSE candidates who will be joining various universities across the nation after attaining the university cut- off marks.
According to Chesumei Sub County Director of Education Mr David Mwandihi, the Sub County recorded good results in last years’ KCSE and has over seven hundred candidates joining universities.
Mwandihi said the Sub County emerged top in the entire county of Nandi in both KCPE and KCSE results thus have a purpose to smile lauding the efforts of all the education stakeholders in the region for their tireless support.
He lauded the area Member of Parliament Hon Wilson Kogo for his immense support in the education sector saying he has been instrumental in championing for matters education in the region which has enabled the Sub County to remain on top always thus are very grateful.
“We have received immense support from the area MP who is very keen in taking the lead in education and on performance,” Mwandihi affirmed.
The education officer cited that the Sub County recorded a good mean grade and will be holding a stakeholder’s meeting today at Chemundu secondary school to discuss how to remain on top and the challenges facing the education sector in secondary schools and probably the way forward on how to handle these challenges.