‘Did the bed break?’ – Lawyer Kipkorir teases Khalwale after missing candidate in 2022 KCPE

By , K24 Digital
On Thu, 22 Dec, 2022 08:42 | 2 mins read
Photo collage of Lawyer Donald Kipkorir and Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale PHOTO/Courtesy

Acclaimed lawyer Donald Kipkorir has teased Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale for what he terms as a rare occurrence.

According to the flamboyant lawyer, it is unusual for the firebrand lawmaker to miss a son or a daughter sitting the national examinations.

In the past five national exams – both KCPE and KCSE – the Kakamega senator has had at least a child sitting the examinations.

Kipkorir claimed that this is the first time in the last thirty years that the UDA legislator is not celebrating one of his kids after the release of national examination results.

"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 has participated. Did the bed break?," Kipkorir posted.

Khalwale having candidates yearly

Khalwale is definitely one of the most blessed parents in the country, thanks to how well his children perform in KCPE or KCSE.

The former Ikolomani MP has been congratulating his kids on his social media platforms year in and year out for their stellar performance in the national examinations.

In 2021, the lawmaker celebrated his daughter and his son who brilliantly performed in the Kenya Certificate Secondary Certificate (KCSE).

In a social media post, Boni revealed that his daughter Flavia Shimuli Khalwale scored a mean grade of A-. Flavia sat for her papers in Alliance Girls High School.

He also congratulated his son, Steven Kapten Khalwale who scored a mean grade of C+. Steven sat his examinations in Kakamega High.

The Senate Majority Whip expressed gratitude to the teaching and non-teaching staff of Alliance Girls High School and Kakamega High School.

"Celebrating twin blessings! My family and I thank God together with the teaching & non-teaching staff of Alliance Girls High School and Kakamega High School," he tweeted.

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