Shouts and jubilation fill the air in different parts of Kenya as KCPE results were announced today. This year the list of top 10 students counts equally between boys and girls. A refreshing view is also the competitive nature of results where students in this list only have a gap of 3 points. Position number 3 had a total of 6 students scoring 426. The top student, Bruce Mackenzie Magata scored 428 marks.
One of Kenya’s top performers. Lenny Adams, from Kakamega Hill School who scored 415 marks says his dream is to be a neurosurgeon, given his success he said “I’m very happy, that’s what I can say. Success comes with hard work and prayer but there was also encouragement from family, friends and I obviously couldn’t do it without my teachers.”