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Sad As KCPE 2020 Number One Candidate Risk Joining High School.

As form one students are set to join their selected secondary schools the top pupil in the 2020 KCPE exams is risking the chance to join form one.

Faith Mumo became the top pupil in Kenya Certificate of Primary education exams that were done after the covid-19 impact on education and managed to score 433 marks out of a possible 500 in KCPE.

The 14-year-old girl was accepted into Kenya High School and she is required to at least raise 120,000 Kenyan shillings to be accepted into Form One.

The 14-year-old girl who took her exams at Kari Mwailu Primary School expressed her desire to study medicine and become a neurosurgeon at the University of Nairobi.

Paul Mumo, her father, indicated that they were unable to acquire funds for her tuition and other expenses that may occur during her enrollment.

He also indicated that several organizations and leaders had promised to help her daughter join form one but they have now gone silent except Margaret Wanjiru, of Jesus is Alive Ministries, who kept her word and sent a Ksh26,000 cheque.

The family is now pleading for any well-wishers to help aid their daughter admitted in form one. However, he is determined to take her daughter to school with the little that he will gather and plead with the school head to give them some time to fix the fee.

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