A teacher involved in the marking of this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, examinations was killed in Nairobi last night (Saturday 8th December, 2018). The teacher, a Biology paper two examiner- 231/2, was crashed by a fast moving vehicle at Ngara; killing him instantly. Mr. Lazarus Wekesa Sirengo was a senior Biology paper two examiner and also the deputy principal of Lukhome Baptist Secondary School; located in Kamukuywa near Kamukuywa Town, Kimilili Constituency of Bungoma County.
Mr. Lazarus was crossing the road back to Pangani Girls, one of the Kenya National Examination Council’s marking centres at the Pangani Fly- over on Thika road when he met his untimely death. “The teacher was crossing the road back to the marking centre. He was knocked down by a speeding vehicle, that crashed him,” said an eye witness.
The late Lazarus was a team leader in Biology Paper two at the ongoing KCSE examinations’ marking exercise. The marking exercise commenced over one week ago with results expected before Christmas, 25th December 2018. The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers, KUPPET- Bungoma County, has confirmed the sad incident and sent condolences to the family of the late Lazarus.
The late has been praised for being a hard working and passionate teacher by his close friends and work mates. His body has since been moved to City Mortuary, in Nairobi.
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We, from the https://Newsblaze.co.ke digital team, send our heartfelt condolences to: the family, friends & colleagues of Mr. Lazarus and to the whole teaching fraternity. May Mwalimu’s soul Rest In Peace.
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