The Minister of Education Ezekiel Machogu is expected to announce the results of the KCSE 2022 examination which was completed last month soon.
Famous new generation musician TJ Mario Kasela aka Trio Mio is among the more than 800,000 candidates who took this year's fourth form exam.
Under one of his Instagram posts, a fan asked him about his feelings towards the announcement of the results. "Trio results are coming out this week" Nyambura told him.
Trio Mio who seemed to have no worries said, "zikam vile zinakam, I don't miss sleep," It means: (The way they are coming, I don't miss sleep) In April last year, the 18-year-old artist dismissed claims that he was crying KCSE 2021 exam and scored a D.
Trio Mio made it clear that he never took the fourth form exam and said he had not yet completed his high school studies.
I'm still reading," Trio Mio said in an interview with Eve Mungai. He was forced to clarify following rumors that he got a total of D marks and recorded an E grade in Mathematics and Chemistry.
However, he noted that he was a student in a boarding high school in Kenya. "I'm still going to school. I'm not studying at home. I'm still a boarding student. I'll get there later," he said.
In an interview earlier last year, the musician revealed that he would be sitting his KCSE exam at the end of the year. Trio insisted that his art would not affect his studies and said that every time he was in class he focused only on studies.
"Handling music and lessons is easy. Every time the lines come, I write well, but it has never come when the teacher is in the classroom.
That is the most important thing that has happened to me. It has never happened that I start thinking about things with music while the teacher is in the classroom," Mio said.
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