Fwaro Makokha Robinson was the number one candidate in KCPE 2022 with 431 marks out of the total 500 marks. He was a pupil at Christ the King Primary school in Bungoma county.
He credited his success to prayers, motivation from his teachers and team work with classmates. He only expected to be the top 10 but not the first pupil in the whole country. His dream was to join the prestigious Alliance High School.
According to an update by his father on Facebook, his dream to join Alliance has come to pass after he secured a placement there.
Education Cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu announced today that KCPE 2022 candidates have already been placed in secondary schools across the country. Parents have been checking out the schools where their children have been placed by sending a text message with the index number to the number 22263 at a cost of 25 Kenyan shillings.
We wish all the candidates the best as they prepare to join their respective high schools.
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