Arama to airlift teachers to Dubai after good results

Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama and teachers at Moi primary school during a luncheon he organised in honour of the teachers following an impressive performance in the 2020 KCPE examination. PHOTO/Isaac Manoti.

Teachers of Nakuru’s Moi Primary School will be flown to Dubai for free following the good results the institution posted in exams.

They now have every reason to celebrate after Nakuru Town West Member of Parliament Samuel Arama promised to treat them to a fully paid trip following a super performance the school registered in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations.

Arama said that as a reward, motivation and encouragement to the teachers, he will together with his friends and other partners, source for resources to facilitate the trip.

Speaking at the school when he sponsored a luncheon for the teachers and other members of staff, Arama said that the Dubai trip will also act as a motivation to teachers in other schools to work hard.

The MP noted that the trip will require at least Ksh 4 million, money he said will come from his pocket together with support from his friends and business partners.

Arama pushed for the recognition and appreciation of teachers who excel in their duties saying that they undergo a lot of challenges when preparing students and making them excel in their exams.

The school registered a mean score of 331 points up from the 313 points it garnered in 2019.

The school also produced Nakuru’s top 2020 KCPE candidate with 427 Mark’s. Ezra Omwoyo was ranked 16th nationally.

The school had a total candidature of 298 with 14 candidates getting 400 plus marks.

The schools head teacher Caroline Njuguna attributed the good performance to the collective effort from teachers, parents, students and the support staff at the school.

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