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A good number or registered teachers who are under Teachers Service Commission (TSC) have so far volunteered to remark Mombasa governor Ali Hassan Joho’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams. 

This was following the high demand from some Kenyans that Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) should allow Joho’s KCSE exams be remarked. Kenyans claimed that Joho’s exams must have been wrongly marked. 

       


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This was raised after Joho appeared to be the only clever leader after his unique and smart ways of fighting covid-19 in his county. 

They went further to claim that the knowledge he posses doesn’t match his school grades. 

       


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While Speaking to Vuka Radio Station, those teachers who have volunteered include madam Anastasia Wanjau. She said that she is willing to remark Joho’s Geography and Kiswahili exams for free. 

Also Mr Gaucho, a former teacher at Aldai Girls high school but currently teaching at Ndekei secondary school said the following;

       


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For me, I am willing to remark Joho’s chemistry exams papers also for free,” he stated. 

Many other teachers supported them stating that Joho’s mean grade could not be less than an A (-) minus as they urged that Joho is more genuis and he outshines some leaders who are professors, Doctors and even others who have PhD. 

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Amos Sabatia added, “Political leadership does not go with school knowledge.”

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