Last week on Thursday, Prof. George Magoha announced the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results that was done in March this year. The results were announced at Mtihani House that is found in Nairobi.
Top government lawmakers and civil servants attended the release ceremony among them Teachers Service Commission (TSC) boss Dr. Nancy Macharia and Education Committee chairperson Hon. Florence Mutua who is also Woman Representative of Busia County.
Kenya National Teachers Union (KNUT) secretary general who is also a nominated member of parliament Hon. Wilson Sossion has revealed that the public primary schools performed better than private schools because of the increasing number of trained teachers who are employed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
In conclusion, the KCPE results were announced and the best pupil by the name Faith Mumo emerged the best overall with 433 marks out of 500. Mumo schooled from a public primary school.
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