Photos And Name Of The Primary Schools In Western That Produced The Overall Best Students In The 2022 KCPE Exams
The Cabinet Secretary for Education Mr Ezekiel Machogu, Permanent Secretary for Basic Education, Teachers Service Commission boss Dr. Nancy Macharia and a committee of experts have just released the results of 2022 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). During the release of the results at Mtihani House in Nairobi, CS announced Lewis Omondi and Kwaro Makokha Robinson Vwaro as the best top students in the 2022 KCPE examination.
Famous Media Personalities Whose Loved Ones Scored Big After The Release Of The KCPE Results
The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam results were released earlier today by the Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha. Upon the announcement, he disclosed that the leading candidate was Magata Bruce Makenzi from Gilgil Hills Academy who got 428 marks out of the possible 500.
Magata Bruice: I was performing well in school and it gave me confidence that I would pass my exams
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on Monday, March 28, 2022 released the 2021 KCPE results. Magata Bruce Makenzi claims top spot in KCPE 2021 results after scoring 428 marks. He was followed closely by Momanyi Ashley Kerubo who came second with 427 marks. The elated 14-year-old told the press that he had expected to perform well in the examinations, but did not foresee himself being the top pupil nationwide, let alone his name being called out by the Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha.
Good News To All Pupils Who Sat For KCPE 2021.
The Cabinet Secretary of Education has today Monday, March 28th, 2022 officially released the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results officially. During that time the Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha warned the school heads and school authorities never to discriminate against any pupil. He said that all pupils who sat for the previous KCPE examination must be given their results without any discrimination.
Breaking News: Top Students in KCPE Country Wide
2021 KCPE results were yesterday announced by Education cabinet secretary, Professor George Magoha. There is a negative deviation in this year's KCPE compared to last year. KCPE Exam started on Monday 7th March 2022 and ended on Wednesday 9th March 2022. Out of the 28,248 exam centres, 1,225,693 pupils sat for the KCPE Exam.
Magata Bruce Makenzi of Gilgil Hills Academy Tops KCPE 2021 Exam
A student from Gilgil Hills Academy, Magata Bruce Makenzi, scored 428 out of 500 points in the KCPE exam in 2021, making him the highest student overall. Momanyi Ashle Kerubo, a student at Makini School 327 in Nairobi, is the second-best student. Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha announced the results at Mtihani House, noting that this is the final examination to be released under the Jubilee administration, a regime that has overseen the cleanest and most flawless national examination campaign in the country's history for the past six years.
CS Magoha Finally Announces The Top Students
Following the Kenyan education system, each student will have to sit for a national exam before proceeding to the next level. Today, CS Magoha has released the KCPE examinations. The teachers have been congratulated for their hardwork this year which was so demanding. Magoha has said that all the students are set to proceed to the next level.
'Give Students Results' Good News To KCPE Candidates As Magoha Warns School Heads Over Fee Arrears
Today approximately 1, 225, 597 KCPE candidates got to know their 2021 KCPE results. Well the highest KCPE student managed to get a whopping 428 marks as 11,857 students record above 400 marks. Magata Bruce Makenzi claimed top spot by scoring 428 marks; Momanyi Ashley Kerubo second with 427 marks.
Magoha releases 2021 K.C.P. E results
Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has today released the 2021 Kenya certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results. According to the CS, Magata Bruce Makenzi claimed the top spot in KCPE 2021 results after scoring 428 marks; Momanyi Ashley Kerubo second with 427 marks - CS George Magoha said.
The list of top ten KCPE students and their schools
The newly concluded Kenya certificate of secondary education has the results announced today Monday 28th March 2022, just two weeks after the exam was done. Professor Magoha has given the list of the top students as follows. 1. Magata Bruce Makenzi, he was schooling at Gilgil high academy.