A KWS officer checks documents during a recruitment exercise for rangers at Ruring’u Stadium in Nyeri Town on March 19, 2015. The KWS said it is seeking candidates who scored E in KCSE to become rangers. PHOTO | JOSEPH KANYI | NATION MEDIA GROUP
By FAITH NYAMAI
Candidates who scored E in KCSE get rare chance to become KWS rangers
- KWS is giving an opportunity to young people who never had a chance to score higher grades in their national examination.
- This year’s KWS recruitment has lowered the qualification grades to a maximum of D+ (plus) and a minimum of grade E in the national exam.
- The service is seeking to recruit over 600 rangers across the country with an average of 13 being recruited in each of the 47 counties.
- In Nyeri County, only two females and twelve males aged between 18 to 25 years were picked for the job.READ MORE