UPDATE: Top Candidate in 2017 KCPE Goldalyn Kakuya Graduates From Brook-house, Karen
Top Candidate in the 2017 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) Goldalyn Kakuya graduated on Friday, 10th June 2022. (Photo, Courtesy) Kakuya graduated from Brook-house, Karen on Friday after 5 good years having successfully completed her Form 6. Speaking after he joined friends and family for Kakuya's graduation at Brook-house, Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura revealed that she intended to study medicine in an International University.
Isaac Mwaura Leaks The Course Kakuya Will Do After Revealing The Grade She Attained After Graduating
In the 2021, Kenya certificate of secondary education KCSE, the top student in 2017 KCPE Goldalyn Kakuya was missing from the list. This revoked the minds of citizens to know where out her. It was later revealed that Kakuya did not attend normal secondary school but she was enrolled on a foreign curriculum at Brook-House school in Karen.
You Remember Goldalyn Kakuya In KCPE Of 2017 ? Here Is Why She Failed To Write KCSE
For those who remember, Goldalyn Kakuya was the top student nationally in the KCPE class of 2017. She later on joined the Kenya High School but her results are not in the public domain, four years later. While Kenyans are really eager to know how the vocal young lady perfomed in the 2021 KCSE exams recently released by Prof. Magoha, Opera News Desk has now established what happened to the academic star.
Goldalyn Kakuya, Albino Girl Who Topped In 2017 KCPE Tops Again
Goldalyn Kakuya broke the internet in 2017 when she became the top Student in that year's Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) after scoring 453 marks out of the possible 500. What was even more amazing is the fact that she was the first person living with albinism to top in the KCPE exams.
Here Why Goldalyn Kakuya, Top KCPE Student In 2017 Did Not Feature In The 2021 KCSE Top Candidates
In 2017, Goldalyn Kakuya hit the headlines after she emerged the best candidate in the KCPE national exams having scored 455 marks. However, Kenyans who had been following on her were surprised why her name did not feature in the list of top KCSE candidates if 2021 after CS Magoha announced the results on Saturday 23.