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KCPE top performers [PHOTOS]

By Too Jared and Patrick Vidija | April 15th 2021

Teachers, staff, and a section of parents from Fesbeth Academy in Kakamega celebrate their students' KCPE results. 55 pupils scored over 400 marks. [Mumo, Standard]

Top performing students in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) have been named. Leading the pack is Mumo Faith Kawee of Kari-Mwailu Primary School, Makueni County, who scored 433 marks. 

In results announced by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha following a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House, the top ten students in last year’s exam came from public schools.

Faith Mumo emerged as the top 2020 KCPE candidate with 433 marks. [Courtesy]

They include Wesonga Nanzala (432), Muriithi Angel Gakenia (432), Wanyonyi Samuel (431), Castro Williams (431), Tarus Jepkemboi Maureen (430), Kipkirui Abiud (430), Mwangi Margaret Waruguru (429), Bernice Omondi (429) and Kiogora Joyce Nkatha (429).

Chogoria Girls' Boarding Primary School teachers and students celebrate after Wesonga Nanzala, a 2020 KCPE candidate, emerged second in the country. [Standard]

Other candidates scored;

Rapuro Hawi Akinyi of Star Sheikh Academy, Machakos County scored 398 marks. [Courtesy]
Casey Owino of Blue Hills Academy scored 383 marks. [Courtesy]
Kosimbei Barbara Netai of Thika Road Christian School scored 372 marks. [Courtesy]

Muriithi Gakenia, of Maseno Girls Boarding School, Kisumu scored 432 marks. [Standard]

Tennesa Njeri Kinuthia of Ng'enda Primary School, Gatundu South, Kiambu County. She scored 418 marks. [Fidelis Kabunyi, Standard]

Michelle Makunga Chagema of Kakamega Primary School celebrates with teachers outside the school. She scored 408 marks. [Standard] 

Warren Kaunda of Migori Primary School celebrates with his family after scoring 408 marks. [Caleb Kingwara, Standard]

Mayen Yar Deng scored 413 marks at Roots Academy, Nakuru County.
Allan Sigai scored 417 marks at Moi Primary School - Kabarak.
Alvan Peter Adinda scored 414 marks.
Abigael Asagi scored 410 marks.
Allan Kiptum of  Fairfield Academy Kiembeni, Mombasa scored 414 marks.
Noelle Nafula Kinyulusi of Juja Preparatory scored 406 marks. [Fidelis Kabunyi, Standard]
Antony Naituta of St Peter's Elite Gilgil scored 419 marks.
Olali Karen Wanja scored 405 marks at Stepping Stones Elementary School.
Abigal Njue from Mary Immaculate school scored 413 marks.
Tamara Waithira Gichui from Visa Oshwal Primary School, Nairobi, scored 418 marks. 
Faith Cherono Maiywa scored 404 marks at Kagaki School, Nakuru County.
Kieni MP Kanini Kega joins celebrations at Juja Preparatory. His son Imani Mathenge scored 408 marks. [Fidelis Kabunyi, Standard]
Sheba Bitengo scored 421 marks at Fullcare Academy, Machakos. [Erastus Mulwa, Standard]
Kivati Emanuel Mumo scored 406 marks at Kamwanyani Primary School, Kangundo. [Erustus Mulwa, Standard]
Ian Kibet Somei scored 362 marks.
Diana Cheptoo of Silver Lillies Academy, Keringet scored 389 marks. [Geff Kirui, Standard]


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