KCSE results usher another Khalwale moment
Seasoned politician Boniface Khalwale has yet congratulated his children for impressive performances in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE), in a move that has excited Kenyans on social media.
The former Kakamega senator said: “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.”
The twins, Flavia Shimuli Khalwale scored an A- while Stephen Kapten Khalwale scored a C+.
The twins sat for their KCPE in 2017, where Flavia and Steve scored 407 and 402 marks in KCPE.
Kenyans on Twitter have hilariously responded to Khalwale’s congratulations to his children yet again.
Khalwale has consistently been congratulating his different children for passing national exams for the past decade, prompting Kenyans to wonder how many children he actually has.
One Twitter user asked people to vote in Khalwale so that he could feed his many children.
Mpee I huyu mzee kiti ya senate Bana, hii Familia yote atalishaje mkimnyima?
— Peterd (@peterndambu) April 23, 2022
Another one felt if people did not vote for him, his family would do.
If you wont vote Khalwale as your governor his family alone will.
— gauo🇰🇪 (@gauogilbert) April 23, 2022
One Twitter user asked him to teach him his ways so that he could sire brilliant children.
Mkuu should guide us on diet and ways to ensure you sire many and brilliant kids…
— Wainaina .EGL🇰🇪 (@Wainain91224255) April 23, 2022
Another one felt Khalwale followed religiously the scripture that asks people to multiply and fill the earth.
Congratulations,wewe ndio ulifwata "Go to the earth and multiply!"
And you never shy away, angekuwa politician mwingine angepost huyo wa A-,wa C+ amfiche🤣
— 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗗𝗼𝗻 🇰🇪 (@Salim_the_don) April 23, 2022
Another one questioned how many children Khalwale had.
Mzee bana🤣🤣🤣on a serious note kwani unakuwaga na watoto wangapi😂😂😂 wuehhh
— jojo💜 (@jos_swae) April 23, 2022
One user felt it was yet another moment for Khalwale.
It's Khalwale's moment again.
— Rodgers Kipembe Mpuru (@RodgersKipembe) April 23, 2022
In the KCPE results announced last month, Khalwale celebrated his daughter Melissa Khamwenyi Khalwale who scored 402 marks.
In 2014, the bull fighter’s daughter, Linda Khalwale, was among the top candidates with 428 marks in KCPE.
In 2016, the former senator celebrated Engine Khalwale’s KCPE performance after he scored 400 marks.