Written By John Mutiso 📝
The ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations at the St Benedict Secondary School Kituli in Machakos were on Thursday disrupted after bees invaded the classrooms being used.
According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, the education officers in the school were forced to act fast and make a swift decision of transferring the students to a nearby primary school to continue with the exam.
The Kathiani education officer Veronicah Kalungu stated that a swarm of bees filled three classrooms where the form 4 students were about to sit for the Thursday morning Kiswahili papers.
“The students were awaiting to sit for Kiswahili Lugha and Insha papers when the rare bees attacked and overwhelmingly refused to leave,” she stated.
Police officers remained behind to fumigate the area as no student was injured during the attack.
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