Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha today celebrated a special breed of candidates who scored very low marks in KCPE but have performed exemplary in KCSE exams.
During the release of the 2019 KCSE exams Magoha read names of the students, the marks they scored in KCPE, the little knoiwn schools they attended and the good grades they scored during KCSE.
First on the list was Kinyua Milka Wanjiru who scored 179 marks in KCPE atended Gathara secondary School and scored a B-.
Second on the list was Sharon Chepkoech of of Zaire Secondary School and scored a mean grade of C+.
Munyoki Mwikali who scored a mean grade of B- in KCSE apparently scored only 199 marks.
Others who made into Magoha’s list of exemplary students who scored below 200 marks in KCPE are Mbugua Macharia C+, Joseph Mwangi C+, Mureti who scored 194 marks but managed C+ in KCSE.
Another student who performed exemplary is Muchai Gachehe from Nyakiami Secondary School who scored an A- after only scoring 277 marks in KCPE.