The 2021 Kenya Certificate of primary education candidates sat for their exams on March this year, results were released and since then the ministry of education has been placing the learners to secondary schools and today the cabinet secretary has released the placement results. Learners can now access their results through sending their index numbers to 22263 and the message will charge Ksh 25 using the three communication providers Safaricon, Airtel and Telcom.
During the results release professor George Magoha has noted Nanyuki boys as the most sought secondary school during the application, he said that this year 156,003 KCPE candidates applied join the school but regretfully there were only 480 slots. It is the second year in a low the university is receiving the highest number of applications and this has been attributed to the ever improving performance of the school in the recent years and also the introduction of technical subjects.
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