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Nairobi K.C.P.E Top Scorer Encourages Candidates Who performed Poorly To Use Talents


brian nguyoOne of Nairobi County’s KCPE top scorers has challenged his fellow candidates who did not perform very well not to give up hope but also pursue their talents.

Bryan Nguyo of Tasi Catholic Primary who scored 441 marks is urging his fellow candidates to use their talents as well in order to mould their future.

According to Nguyo his most challenging subject during the exams turned out to be the subject he performed best following his persistence and the help of his parents.

“My parents encouraged me to work hard on English. Everyday they would come to me with different test papers just to ensure that i do well in the subject. Amazingly English turned out to be my best performed subject. I score 97% in the subject,” he says.

“I would like to tell fellow candidates who did not perform very well that exams are not everything. They can as well use their talents in order to secure a bright future. Talents take people places,” he adds.

Nguyo wants to be a Neurosurgeon when he grows up. His dream school is Alliance Boys.