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Youngest PhD Holder Despite Scoring 235 In KCPE

Education is they key to success in the current society. Dr Purity Ngina has proven even what seem impossible can be possible. In 2002 she sat for her Kenya certificate of primary education (KCPE) and scored 235 marks contrary to her family expectations. Displeased with results her late mother instructed Dr Purity Ngina to reseat the exam.

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Currently she is the young PhD holder in the republic of Kenya despite scoring 235 marks in her final year exams. She is a lecture and a role model to many youths who have ambition to sturdy for them to achieve in their life.

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Parents are being requested to support their children despite the grade they get instead of discouraging them. Share your thoughts on the comment section below and please do not forget to share and like for more updates.

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