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Joyous Felicia during the interview at the Standard offices in Nairobi, last week. [Photo:Standard]

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By | December 28th 2011
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‘I was average, but will die a prominent scientist’
When John Maina Kianja (pictured right) sat his KCPE exams in 2001 at St Elizabeth Academy, Karen, and scored 395 marks out of 500, he did not let this dampen his spirit of becoming a scientist.
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