Below is the list of top 10 female students who performed well in 2021 KCPE Results and their counties.
Mumo was the top student in Kenya who scored 433 marks. She also emerged the top student in Makueni county from Kari Mwailu Primary School.
Nanzala is among female students who did well in 2021 Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education (KCPE) with 432 marks from Chogoria Girls in Tharaka Nithi County.
She is number 3 in the list of female students who have done well in 2021 Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education KCPE with 432 marks from Maseno Girls Boarding school in Kisumu County.
4.Kiogora Joyce Nkatha.
She was among top 100 students who did well in Kenya Certificate of Primary School (KCPE) 2021 with 429 marks. Kiogora also emerged as the top student at Chogoria Girls in Tharaka Nithi county.
With 428 marks, Debra Zawadi became among the best performing female students in Kenya from Emmanuel Springs in Makueni County.
Natasha from Moi Primary Kabarak in Nakuru County scored 425 marks putting her in the list of to 9 best female students who performed well in 2021 KCPE.
She is the top female student in Vihiga county who scored 424 marks from Mudasa Academy.
Nyabonyi became among the best performing female candidate with 423 marks from Maseno Girls Boarding in Kisumu County.
She closes the top ten female candidates in Kenya with 423 from Emmanuel Springs in Makueni County.
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