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Magata Bruce Makenzie Emerges Top In KCPE With 428 Marks


Magata Bruce Makenzie from  Gilgil Academy has emerged the top candidate scoring a total of  428 marks out of the possible 500 marks in the recently released KCPE results.

The results released by Education CS George Magoha also show that Makenzie has been followed closesly by Momanyi Ashely Kerubo from Makini Schools Kibos in Kisumu with 427 marks.

Six candidates have however tied in the position three with each scoring 426 marks.

During the release of the results, Magoha stated that the examination was administered under strict guideline of the  national certification system that ensured that those suspected of aiding cheating  faced the full wrath of the law.


“We have the system that curbs cheating and we are working closely with other stakeholders to completely curb the cheating menace. All potential cheats or anybody aiding exams malparactice will be brought to book,” Magoha said.

Being the last national examination under the administration of the Jubilee government, Magoha thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for being steadfast and firm on the education sector that was previously marred with cartels.

 “I want to thank the president for being firm on us to ensure that we deliver a credible examination despite the both internal and external interruptions like the covid-19 pandemic,we will not tire on our work that we are tasked to deliver reflective results,’’ Magoha added.

As a way of esuring a balanced teachers to learners ratio the CEO of the Teachers Services Commission Nancy Macharia assured stakeholders in the education sector that the goverment has trained more than 200,000 teachers for the rollout of the Competency Based Curriculum

“Even as we struggle with technicalities of CBC I want to assure parents as our stakeholders that the government has trained over 200,000 teachers ready to handle our student  in CBC and learners with special needs,’’Madam Macharia said.

By Rodgers Oduor