Parents of twin boys who sat for last year's Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) are at a crossroad after they opposed plans to be separated when joining the secondary school from next week.
Despite the boys scoring variable marks, they want to be admitted in the same school because of their nature.
The two who were learning at Ekerubo Gietai ELCK Primary Boarding school said they can't let the various schools they were admitted to separate them.
One of the twins Jared Gisore scored 421 and was among Nyamira County's top performers while his twin brother Joshua attained 398 marks.
Jared (421) was admitted at the prestigious Alliance Boys High School while Joshua received a calling letter to Litein Boys in Bomet County.
Addressing journalists Monday at their home in Kebirigo village, West Mugirango Constituency, Joshua asked the Cabinet Secretary for Education Prof George Maghoha to intervene and let them both join Alliance altogether.
"It's not going to be possible to be separated when joining secondary schools after we have spent the better part of our lives living and doing everything together. I want to plead with CS Prof Maghoha to intervene and kindly allow us to go together to Alliance," Joshua said.
"I don't know what to exactly do, I need help from the Ministry (of Education) to tell me the go-ahead," their father twins John Gisore said.
Form one students report to their respective schools from 13th January.
The Government says all pupils who sat for their 2019 KCPE must transit to Secondary School.