It has been joy for many parents across the country whose children have scored high marks in the just released Kenya Certificate of Primary Education.
A Kisii woman who was unable to join university twelve years ago despite scoring highly in her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams could not hide her joy after her daughter scored excellently in her KCPE results.
Ann Nyanchama, who is a single mother of three children, was joyous after her daughter known as Faith Kemunto emerged among the top pupils in the recently released 2022 examinations.
The young girl who was a pupil at Excel Academy in Kisii Town is said to have been among the top students in the school all through.
Faith Kemunto hopes to join Kenya High School and then later on study medicine as per the reports that we have with us this morning.
Her single mother who works in Saudi Arabia is excited and has said that she is very proud of her daughter who has made her a proud parent.
She said that her other son also excelled well in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams, scoring 375 marks a few years ago.
Picture courtesy. Faith Kemunto who scored 408 marks in KCPE.
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