The Speaker of National Assembly Hon Moses Wetangula have today hosted Robinson Fwaro Makokha, KCPE candidate who scored 431 marks from the Christ the King Primary at his Kanduyi home.
"National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula hosts Robinson Fwaro Makokha, a KCPE candidate who scored 431 marks from the Christ the King Primary at his Kanduyi home", TV 47 Kenya noted.
Moses Wetangula used this opportunity to congratulate Robinson Fwaro Makokha for the sterling performance in this year's KCPE.
"I today played host to Robinson Fwaro Makokha at my Kanduyi home and congratulated him for the sterling performance in this year's KCPE", stated Moses Wetangula.
Moses Wetangula said that he is proud of Robinson from the Christ the King Primary in Kanduyi Constituency, Bungoma County, who scored 431 marks and emerged top best pupil in 2022 KCPE in the country.
"Am proud of Robinson from the Christ the King Primary in Kanduyi Constituency, Bungoma County, who scored 431 marks and emerged top best pupil in 2022 KCPE in the Country", Moses Wetangula said.
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