The Cabinet Secretary for Education Mr Ezekiel Machogu, Permanent Secretary for Basic Education, Teachers Service Commission boss Dr. Nancy Macharia and a committee of experts have just released the results of 2022 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE).
During the release of the results at Mtihani House in Nairobi, CS announced Lewis Omondi and Kwaro Makokha Robinson Vwaro as the best top students in the 2022 KCPE examination. The two students scored 431 marks each. CS Machogu said that generally the 2022 KCPE results are better compared to 2021 KCPE results. In 2021, the best student called Magata Bruce Makenzi from Gilgil High primary led by scoring 428 marks.
According to relevant information shared by Standard Media, Lewis Omondi was schooling at St. Peters Mumias Boys Primary School. The school is an ordinary public educational institute located in Nabongo/Mumias, Kakamega county. The school is sponsored by religious organization.
St. Peters Mumias Boys Primary School is headed by Sister Anne Onyancha who is the headteacher of the school. The school has outshined many primary schools in the country by producing the best student nationally.
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