Wasonga Allan, the second best student in KCSE 2020 released earlier today by education CS George Magoha, has explained his story and journey to the top of the academic ladder in the country.When he did his KCPE in 2015, he wanted to join top national schools like Maranda High but he never made the cut.
The country is in a celebration mood for exemplary KCSE results their schools, sons, or daughters achieved in the just-released KCSE results, however, Kericho senator is not among those happy for the top performers.He believes that most of the A students will in the future work for the C students.
Blogger Robert Alai Shares His KCSE Certificate, Congratulates Magoha For Lauding Those Who Improved
Renowned blogger Robert Alai.On Monday, Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha released the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results.During his press from Mitihani House in Nairobi, Magoha lauded students who had performed poorly in their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) but made great improvements in their KCSE exams.
When Prof George Magoha released the 2021 KCSE Results, many students had reasons to celebrate their victories.Families, friends and teachers went wild as they celebrated top performing students.One name that had all reasons to smile and celebrate as well was the student Prof Magoha mentioned as the Most Improved Nationally.
The Kenya National Examination council (KNEC) today this evening disowned a list of top 20 best schools in KCSE 2020 released today.The exam body claimed that it had not ranked schools based on their performance and termed the list fake.Below is the list which is termed fake by KNEC which has the Kenya High school as the best performing school followed by Kapsabet boys and Kisima Girls.
Coast schools have always been seen as weak schools academically.Performance in the coastal region in the national exam has never been appealing.It's very rare to find a parent taking their sons/daughters who sat their Kenya certificate of primary education from upcountry schools to a secondary school in the Coast.
Cabinet secretary professor George Magoha just released 2020 KCSE results.Very many students are still wondering which courses to study either in Universities,colleges,polytechnics or vocational training centres.Here are the lists of courses to study in 2021.1.Electrical engineering This is a very important course to study in the field of engineering.
The country is still coming to terms with the Kenya certificate of secondary education (KCSE) results that were announced today by the ministry of education cabinet secretary Prof George Magoha in Nairobi, just weeks after the administration of the aforementioned examinations ended.And as announced by CS George Magoha, Murang'a school student Robinson Simiyu Wesonga floored all the candidates nationally to emerge the number one student after getting over 87 points in his exams.
Photo courtesy.Education CS Professor George Magoha released today afternoon the 2020 KCSE results.A total of 747 161 candidates sat for the exams and all will join universities, colleges, and polytechnics according to the cabinet secretary.The 2020 KCSE exams seem to be the best performed in recent years as more than 800 students scored a straight-A compared to last year's 627 candidates.
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2020 results were released today by CS Education Professor George Magoha at Mtihani House Nairobi.Simiyu Robinson Wanjala became the top student in Kenya from Muranga High School with a mean grade of A with 87.334 points while Wasonga Allan from Agoro Sare High school in Homa bay County emerged to be the second student in Kenya.
It has been a very challenging situation to most Kenyans who have undergone the education system and have misplaced their Education certificates.The situation has been so stressful the fact that it's really unnecessary to obtain the certificates again.Such people who have misplaced their Certificates can now smile as The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the current technology have come up with a system which has made this act easy.
Mike Sonko was the governor for Nairobi before he was impeached by Nairobi County Assembly members for corruption allegations.He has spent his time attending his court cases.The former governor joined other Kenyans to celebrate KCSE results that were released by CS Magoha.According to Mike Sonko, he is celebrating the performance of Master Gift Osinya who scored B-(minus) from Lenana school.
The KCSE 2020 results were finally released by the Cabinet Secretary of Education, Professor George Magoha.Different schools performed well despite the fact that the school calendar was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.One of the schools that performed well is Orero High School which is found in Homabay County in Rangwe Sub County.
Today Monday, 10th May, education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha released the Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education (KCSE).The exams were released three weeks after the release of KCPE.The cabinet Secretary Prof Magoha noted that 747,171 candidates sat for 2020 KCSE exams.Out of these, 143,140 students managed to score C+ and above.
Education CS, George Magoha during the release of the exam on Monday 10th May, 2021.Photo source: Ministry of Education On March 26, 2021, a total of 741,161 students sat for the 2020 KCSE exams.The larger proportion of candidates were male constituting 380,327 while their female counterparts were 366,834 making 50.9% and 49.9% respectively.
Again it's that time of the year when parents, guardians, relatives and the community as a whole come together in song and praises for their sons and daughters who have excelled in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).[Photo|Courtesy] One such guardian is Nairobi's former Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko who's adopted son Gift Osinya has equally done him proud.
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko and his wife Primerose Mbuvi are proud parents after their adopted son Gift Osinya performed well in the just-released KCSE results.Sonko took to his social platforms and said that his family is elated after Gift Osinya scored B- Minus, adding that his impressive performance will secure him a place in one of the public universities where he will pursue the career of his dreams.
On the Sunday of 23rd March 2014, terrorists struck a Likoni church, killing several people, among who was a mother to two young kids.Gift Osinya made headlines after surviving the ordeal and got adopted by the then Nairobi Senator.Sonko, has constantly posted updates about Gift Osinya and today, he led the family in celebrating his results which were indeed impressive.
The kenya certificate of secondary education results marks the climax of long awaited fruits of four years in the secondary.Most importantly this converge the students, parents and guardians together in a moment of deliberation,celebration and to others mixed reaction about the results.Proportionally,the results categorise the students into top, average and pass performers,And to this it enable one to choose a course according to the grades they have gotten streamlining them into careers that forms economic block of the countries economy.
Courtesy Former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has join Kenyans in Celebrating the 2020, Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education results as he publicly reveals his "son" grade after CS Education Professor George Maghoha releases 2020, KCSE results this Monday.Courtesy through this Twitter account, Sonko reveal that his family is overwhelmed with result of Master Gift Osinya, a son he adopted after terrorist struck a church in Likoni on Sunday 23rd of March 2014, where he lost the mother and other Church worshipers.