The cabinet secretary for education Ezekiel Ombaki Machogu released the 2022 Kenya Certificate of secondary education examination results yesterday, there was a significant increase of the number of students who will be joining university compared to that of last year.
The education CS announced that many boys than girls scored grade A(plain) in the exams. Kevin Ontinta, a 25-year-old boy from Igonga secondary school in Bonchari constituency, Kisii county is among the 871 male students who had an A(plain), he scored 82 points.
Learning more about Kevin Ontinta, he first did his KCSE exams in 2016 and managed to score a B-(minus), he joined Kenyatta university for an education course but later dropped out without deferring due to lack of fees. He opted to do odd jobs like construction (Mjengo) for survival until 2018 when a good samaritan offered to take him to form one.
Kevin Ontinta now wishes to take a course in surgery at the university of Nairobi.
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