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20 000 candidates will not join Form one

04 February 2013, 10:02

Nairobi - Form one selection process begins on Monday.

According to The Standard, more than 100 000 candidates will miss chances in public schools.

Kenya Private Schools Association said they can absorb about 76 000 candidates, locking out 20 000 candidates from joining Form one in both private and public schools.

- For more visit The Standard

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