Aden Duale Lauds His Son’s Excellent Grades In Recently Released KCSE

Abdul Razak, the eldest son of Aden Duale attended Mang’u High School, joined his mates in writing the last KSCE and came out successfully.

His father, Duale, who took a break on campaigns to battle one woman, Anne Waiguru, could not conceal his happiness seeing his son’s result.

After the result was announced today, the politician shared that his son performed excellently good in the recently published result, scoring an A- in the 2015 KCSE exam in the result that was announced today.

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Razak’s result of course got his father proud as he  made 77 points with a B+ in English, Kiswahili B+, Mathematics A, Biology A, Physics B, Chemistry B+, History A and Business studies A-.

Expressing pride for his son’s latest feat, the National Assembly Majority leader took to Twitter to laud him writing:

My son has attained exemplary results.

I thank the Almighty God, his mum, the principal and teachers of Mang’u. Congratulations.

Many Kenyans having read his post, decided to share in his joy by celebrating with him on Twitter .

A user named Hared Hassan wrote:

Congrats to the son and mum. Have no doubt she puts lots of effort to shape him up while you’re busy on national building.

Elimu TV, a television station, that works to offer Secondary Education curriculum sent its congratulatory messages to Razak. The TV on a digital platform also welcomed the brain boy for the internship that it provides high school leavers.

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While many flooded the politician’s social media wall with several messages praising him for his son’s brilliance, others took to his wall to slam him for being allegedly involved in Sh791 million National Youth Service fraud.

Collins Njiri, a Twitter user begs indirectly that the politician’s son should not tread on his father’s path when he grows up. Collins wrote:

Congrats…B ora asi enroll kwa NYS [sic] (Congratulations, as long as he does not get enrolled into the NYS).

A social media user whose name is Idan Miskellah wrote:

Congratulations to the young man….hope he grows up to be a lawyer….you may need his services soon, lol.

Another Twitter user called Kimondio urged Duale to bring back the NYS fund he had stole, writing:

ndio watoto wetu pia wasome wapate hayo exemplary marks [sic] (so that our children can also learn and attain those exemplary marks).

The Parliament Majority Leader Aden Duale, who is overwhelmingly proud and happy for his son, has not responded at the time of this report, to the the people who are trying to sidetrack his joy via raining indirect insults on his wall. He, instead overlooked the many distractions and chose to bask in his present glory.

All the messages that swerved from lauding Duale’s son make reference to the content of the recent affidavit submitted to court by former Devolution CS Anne Waiguru which calls him the architect of the NYS scam, an allegation Duale has denied being involved in, even commenting Anne will soon link Jesus into the far-reaching matter

Education ministry on Thursday published results of the KCSE exam, saying that it had marked red on the results of up to 5,101 over cheating.

According to Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i  Nairobi, Makueni and Meru counties were affected the most in the overall 47 counties affected.

Isiolo county wasn’t found guilty of cheating and on that account no result of any student was cancelled in the county.