Simiyu Robinson Wanjala, a student of Murang’a High School, is the best performer nationwide in the national secondary school examinations of 2020.
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha made the announcement on Monday, while releasing results of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams.
|1||Simiyu Robinson Wanjala||Murang’a High School||87.334|
|2||Wasonga Allan Udoma||Agoro Sare high school||87.173|
|2||Sharon Chepng’eno Cherer||Kenya high||87.173|
|2||Rob Ongare||Alliance high||87.173|
|5||Mbugua Esther||Kenya high||87.113|
|6||Kipkoech Mark||Alliance high||87.106|
|7||Kenneth Orange||Kapsabet boys||87.049|
|8||Henry Madaga||Maranda high||87.046|
|8||Patience Chepkorir||Kenya high||87. 046|
|10||Musomba Edith||Machakos girls||87.013|
|11||Lesley Wanjiku||Kenya high||86.999|
|12||Pile Rob George||Kapsabet boys||86.970|
|13||Kiprono howard||Maranda high||86.949|
|14||Jelimo debra||Kenya high||86.947|
|15||Buluma daizy||Kenya high||86.939|
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Mr Wanjala attained a mean score of 87.334, CS Magoha said, adding that the second best candidates were Wasonga Allan Udoma of Agoro Sare high school and Sharon Chepng’eno Cherer, who both had scores of 87.173.
They were followed by Rob Ongare (87.173), Mbugua Esther (87.113), Kipkoech Mark, (87.106), Kenneth Orange, (87.049), Henry Madaga (87.046), Patience Chepkorir (87. 046,) and Musomba Edith (87.013).
A total of 747,161 candidates sat for the examinations at 10,565 centres across the country, according to Dr Mercy Karogo, the acting chief executive officer of the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec).
Some 752,891 candidates registered for the KCSE exam but 5,730 of them missed the tests.
The exams were marked by 25,135 examiners.