2017 KCPE Star Goldalyne Kakuya Graduates From Brookhouse With Admirable Results

2017 KCPE Star Goldalyne Kakuya Graduates From Brookhouse With Admirable Results

The 2017 KCPE star, Goldalyn Kakuya  graduated from Form Six at Brookhouse Karen yesterday, after five years of study.

Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura joined her during the graduation  and confirmed that she now looks forward to doing medicine at an international university.

“Goldalyn Kakuya has finally graduated from Form Six at Brook-house Karen after 5 good years. She intends to study medicine at an International University. Today I joined her family and friends in celebrating this victory. Congratulations to her!” Mwaura wrote in his twitter timeline.

Kakuya graduates five years after she made national headlines after scoring 455 marks to emerge top in 2017 KCPE exams.

This made her the first person and girl with albinism in the country to top a national exam.

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At the time, the 14-year-old revealed that she dreamt of becoming a psychotherapist and advocated for people living with albinism.

She joined Kenya High School before joining Brookhouse School in 2019 as a beneficiary of the Margaret Kenyatta Scholarship.

Still, in Brookhouse, she continued to record great performance with straight As until she finally graduated. She was among the top students in her class attaining an A* (star).

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