Boni Khalwale’s Son among Top KCSE Candidates.

 KEY POINTS:

  • Khalwale said, "Once again our merciful God has heard our prayers. We thank Him together with the entire Alliance High School family.
  • In comparison between 2019 and 2020, CS Ministry of Education Prof. George Magoha announced that the class of 2020 recorded a significant improvement compared to 2019.
  • Boni Khalwale is once again a proud father. He took to social to congratulate his son Engine Kukaste Khalwale who scored a mean grade of B+ in the 2020 KCSE.

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Boni Khalwale is once again a proud father. He took to social to congratulate his son Engine Kukaste Khalwale who scored a mean grade of B+ in the 2020 KCSE.

 

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Boni Khalwale went on to share his son’s scores in each subject. “INDEX: 11200001287: English B, Kiswahili B, Maths B-, Biology B, Physics B+, Chemistry B and Computer Studies A.”

 

Khalwale said, “Once again our merciful God has heard our prayers. We thank Him together with the entire Alliance High School family.”

 

Kukaste Khalwale, who sat for his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education in 2016 and scored 400 marks out of the possible 500 marks, was a student at the Alliance High School.

 

Khalwale has never shied away from posting and congratulating his children on social, which has been the trend since 2016.

 

For those who may have forgotten:

 

In 2014, he posted results of his daughter Linda who scare 428 marks in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education.

 

The same was in 2016 when his son Engine Kukaste Khalwale sat for his KCPE.

 

2017 was not different. Khalwale had two candidates who sat for KCPE that year; his son Steve and Daughter Flava scored 406 AND 407, respectively.

 

2018 and 2019 were excellent years for the former Kakamega Senator Khalwale, his two daughters, Olivia and Gift, who excelled in their examinations.

 

God has indeed been good to the former Kakamega Senator, whose children have shown excellent performance over the years.

 

In comparison between 2019 and 2020, CS Ministry of Education Prof. George Magoha announced that the class of 2020 recorded a significant improvement compared to 2019.

 

“The ministry of Education must now ensure that all the students who sat for the 2020 get a chance to join universities and tertiary institution,” Khalwale added.

 

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