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Over 1000 candidates receive exams stationary donations in preparation for next week’s KCPE exams

Samuel Chege aka MC Sam presenting some exams stationary to STD 8 candidates from Kamenu Ward in Thika Town Constituency.
A non-profit making charitable organisation based in Thika has donated exams stationary to all 1,109 Class 8 candidates within Kamenu Ward.

Mc Sam Chege Foundation, under the stewardship of Community-based leader and politician Samuel Chege, gave these items to all learners in the six primary schools to enable them sit for next week’s KCPE exams with ease.

Among the items donated include pencils, rulers, erasers and sharpeners. The pupils also received a Success card wishing them the best in their exams.

“Education is a key objective of our foundation. So far, we have sponsored over 200 youth from Kamenu ward for computer packages training among other support programmes,” he explained.

Chege added that other than education programmes, the foundations was involved in various other social programmes aimed at propelling the youth and the society in the right, proper and straight direction.

“Youth empowerment is the axis on which empowerment of the nation revolves. We strive to help these children and young people to take charge of their lives by addressing their situation and taking action in order to improve their access to resources and transform their consciousness,” he said.

The organisation has promised to replicate this exercise every year.

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