Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale’s child has joined a national school in the wake of passing his KCPE examination
– Engine Khalwale had scored 400 stamps in the KCPE exam
Motor Khalwale the child of the enthusiastic Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale, has at long last joined a national school after his noteworthy outcome in the 2016 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE).
Motor got admitted to Alliance High School subsequent to scoring 400 in the examinations.
The more youthful Khalwale was escorted to the school on his first day by his dad who is prevalently known as the matador.
Khalwale took to online networking to uncover how educators at Alliance constrained him to actually open his child’s effects before conceding him to class.
“What a strict school! Made me 2 actually go through my child’s little things one by one preceding conceding him today,” Khalwale tweeted.
The news of Khalwale’s child joining Alliance prompted to a whirlwind of messages to the congressperson as Kenyans praised him and his family for the accomplishment.