Following the release of Kenya Certificate of Primary Education results on Thursday April 15, the country has been experiencing celebrations from the candidates who made it. The Cabinet Secretary for education Prof. Magoha announced the results revealing the top student from Makueni County who scored 433 marks.
The celebrations have been extended to Kakamega County after one student who is physically challenged managed to scoop promising marks. The student whose name was established as Ginnete Aseka Andati scored 390 marks despite her condition.
According to a post shared by one of the Facebook users, Andati has been schooling at Daisy Special School in Kakamega County, a place she has left a positive legacy. Kenyans of goodwill have been showering praises to her for the great work done. Others acknowledged that indeed disability is not inability advising the student to go higher in studies.
From reports by an eye witness during the celebrations, Andati said she is aspiring to be a doctor to help many who are physically challenged like her. She further added that she can't express her happiness and thanked God for everything he did.
2020 was a challenging year to candidates following the Covid-19 pandemic that disrupted normal learning. Against all odds the candidates made it. Below are some comments from what Kenyans had to say.
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