Donald Kipkorir Surprised as Boni Khalwale Fails to Celebrate His Children Passing KCPE: “Did the Bed Break”
- Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale has in the past been known to celebrate his many kids' achievements after national examinations
- Renowned lawyer Donald Kipkorir has questioned why the politician is silent despite the KCSE results being announced by the Education CS
- Netizens also wondered if the Bull Fighter as he's popularly known had any kids who sat for the national exams this year in primary and secondary school
Renowned lawyer Donald Kipkorir has left people in stitches after questioning where Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale is after his notable silence since KCPE results were announced.
Donald Kiprorir's question to Boni Khalwale
The politician is known to celebrate his kids' prolific performance in national exams both primary and secondary, almost every year.
Kipkoris wondered if Khalwale had no kids who sat for this year's primary school national exams, which were announced yesterday leaving people noticing the veteran politician's silence.
“What is wrong with my friend Dr Boni Khalwale? This is the first time in thirty years that national examination results are being announced without his son or daughter having participated. Did the bed break?”
Here are some of the comments from his post:
“He's waiting for Form Four and Grade Six results. He's going for a double at the beginning of next year.”
“Just wait. He is like a prophesy: at the appointed time, even though he tarries, he will surely announce.”
“Let's wait patiently; on the KCSE platform, he must be represented I assure you.”
“Design hawa learned friends hupigana tackle Kwa hii app hunibamba.”
“It’s because there will be two in KCSE.”
“Let's wait for KCSE before the conclusion.”
“He just got caught up with Gov. Kawira Mwangaza case in the Senate. I'm sure we shall see his post of his daughter/son before Christmas.”
Khalwale celebrates son, daughter's results
In 2021, two of Boni Khalwale's children fared well in the 2021 KCSE examinations, whose results were officially released on Saturday, April 23, 2021.
Flavia Shimuli Khalwale scored 75 aggregate points, equalling a mean grade of A- (minus), with her brother, Stephen Kapten Khalwale, scoring an aggregate of 47 points, a C+ (plus).
The senator took to the microblogging platform Twitter to celebrate the respective successes of his daughter and son.