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PHOTOS: Here are Kenya's top KCPE performers 2018

By Fay Ngina | Nov 21st 2018 | 2 min read

The Kenyan Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results were released on 19 November 2018. 

Candidates all over the country are celebrating the fruits of their hard work as President Uhuru Kenyatta assured all students an opportunity to join High School.

Here are some of the top students in the country and how they performed;

Rawlings Odhiambo of Kakamega Hill led nationally. He scored 453 marks; 

Olive Mwea a student from Riara school also led nationally. She scored 453 marks; 

Cheluley Ruth Jepkosgey, a pupil at Greenvale School in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County scored 428 marks;

Hassan Wanini of Makaela Likunda School, Kwale County scored 440 marks;

Chemorei Daniel Kipkoech Hillside School- Utawala scored 434 marks;

 Paul Khamala of Booker academy in Mumias scored 437 marks;

Osinga Adan also from Booker academy in Mumias scored 449 marks;

Grace Karemi also from Booker academy in Mumias scored 436;

 Andres Luke of Kagaki School in Kiamunyi, Nakuru County scored 430 marks;

Sammy Mdzomba Mdachi of Kisauni Mishomoroni's New Hope Children's Home and School score 425 marks;

 Michael Masinde St. Peters Mumias primary school scored 439; 

Samara Ochieng also from St. peters primary school in Mumias scored 441 marks; 

Omae Geoffrey Okiabera score 434 marks;

 Makau Jude Ngava scored 421 marks; 

Esther Mumbi Kamunya from Gachugu academy of Karatina, Nyeri county who scored 412 says “I was not alone in this journey since parents-Mr and Mrs Kamunya, and also my teachers accorded me all the necessary support. My desire is to join Alliance Girls High school.”

Mitchell Moraa Onsomu of Mudasa Academy who scored 420 owes her good performance to discipline, hard work, focus and determination. She thanks her parents and all her teachers for the good foundation.

 Austine Namayi from Fesbeth academy scored 440 marks;

Delphine Kiprop of Moi Primary School Kabarak scored 421 marks;

Ivyone Mwangi, from Nyahururu Elite Schools scored 421 marks, says she wants to pursue law in future; 

Daniel Ndiritu from Nyahururu Highway schools scored 436 marks;

Ochieng Clen Kipchumba, a pupil at Greenvale School in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County also scored 436 marks; 

Achieng Tessy Zainabu also from Greenvale School in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County scored 430 marks;

 Victor Muriithi of St Christopher scored 427 marks; 

Abubakar Muhuyi Ramadhan from Acacia Primary School in Ndumbuini, Uthiru managed to score 412 marks; 


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