Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha, has named the eight most improved students in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE).
1. Mbilo Boniface Wambua – Njukini Mixed Secondary School – KCPE 241 marks, KCSE B (plain) from Coast County.
2. Maina Humphrey Mwangi – Gathiruini Sec School – KCPE 211 marks, KCSE B (plain) from Central.
3. Kituku Simon Mavii – ABC Bambusu Sec School – KCPE 221 marks, KCSE B (plain) from Eastern.
4. Njoroge Kelvin Mwangi – Jehovah Jireh Sec School – KCPE 207 marks, KCSE B (plain) from Nairobi.
5. Cheptoo Sharon – Lelu Sec School – KCPE 267 marks, KCSE A- (minus) from Rift Valley.
6. Shawiza Isaac from -Makuchi Sec School- KCPE 242 marks, KCSE B (plain) from Western.
7.Okoth Cynthia Adhiambo – Sigoti Complex Girls Sec School – KCPE marks 165, KCSE B- (Minus) From Nyanza.
8.Najma Mohamed Hassan-Lanisa Mixed Sec School – KCPE marks 113 , KCSE B(plain) from North Eastern.
According to Magoha, the number of candidates who achieved grade A 349 are female and 789 are male.
Initially, Magoha had presented the results to President Uhuru Kenyatta who congratulated the Ministry of Education and the KNEC team for delivering credible national exams which have shown tremendous progress in day and sub-county schools.
Uhuru pointed out that more resources should be channeled to the sub-counties and day schools as they are a lesser burden to parents.
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