A KENYAN SPEAKER HAD TO RESIT FOR HIS EXAM TO QUALIFY FOR UNIVERSITY

Kenyan Speaker Mr Lusaka had to repeat his CSE exam to attain qualifying points for University.

A KENYAN SPEAKER HAD TO RESIT FOR HIS EXAM TO QUALIFY FOR UNIVERSITY
Speaker Ken Lusaka during a motion hearing at the senate.

Though a son to a mother and father who are teachers, he had to repeat his CSE exams to succeed in joining the University of Nairobi. The speaker and ex-Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka broke it out that he had to repeat the Certificate of Secondary Education at Chesamis High School to attain the 10 plus points for university entry. At first, he did his exams at Friends School Kamusinga where he didn’t attain the marks but at Chesamis he burnt the midnight oil and emerged the top student and also qualified for university.

Speaker Ken Lusaka

Mr Lusaka, who went to the University of Nairobi to do a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and History, completed the degree course. Later he was deployed as a district officer in Migori and Homabay where he worked for some span of time. All this came out while he was delivering a speech during an event on August 17 Tuesday. While working as a District Officer, Lusaka was selected to join the Institute of Social Studies in the Netherlands where he earned a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration.