Top girl in Mandera says terror attacks affected KCSE performance
Thursday March 3 2016
Ms Fawsia Haji Haydai at their home in Mandera town. Despite being the top girl in the 2015 KCSE exam in Mandera County with a B minus, Ms Haydai says she is not happy with the results. PHOTO | MANASE OTSIALO | NATION MEDIA GROUP
Moi Girls Mandera deputy principal said KCSE candidates had to rely on untrained teachers hired by the county and school board.
The school had 189 candidates in the 2015 KCSE examinations.
Ms Fawsia Haji wants to be a doctor and says she may retake the exam to qualify for the competitive course.