A few years ago, Goldalyn Kakuya, a very bright girl made the headlines when she was among the top pupils in the country in the 2017 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education Exams.
Picture courtesy. Goldalyn Kakuya.
She even went ahead to give a lecture at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology to the chagrin of many Kenyans who were displeased with the move with reactions stating she did not have the capacity to lecture university students.
She was admitted to Kenya High School which is one of the most prestigious institutions in the country but according to our sources, she did not complete her studies here.
Picture courtesy. Goldalyn with First lady Kenyatta at Brookhouse School.
According to reliable reports received this afternoon, Goldalyn Kakuya was taken from Kenya High School and taken to Brookhouse School by the First Lady, Margret Kenyatta.
Here, she completed her IGCSE studies which is an international system and came second in her school behind another bright student known as Theuri.
After her year 11 at Brookhouse, she went on to the Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced Level in subsequent years 12 and 13 and she will be sitting her final A-level exam in 2022, before advancing to the university of her choice.
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