Just barely a month after KCSE candidates finished writing their exams, yesterday it was a surprise for many after Education CS George Magoha released the results.
Over 800,000 candidates were able to write for their exams and 1,138 candidates were able to score a mean grade of A.
Different family children of known politicians were also able to sit for their KCSE exams and scored a good grade.
A wave of thunderstorms engulfed the home of Taita Taveta Governor Granton Samboja, after his daughter, Brittney Sweeney Samboja published the unfortunate result.
Brittney, who studied at Kenya High, obtained an A- in the test results. He noted that star acting surprised him and his family. He wants to pursue a course of interior design in Australia.
“My family was the best support system of my whole life in high school. My teachers also played a big role and most of all, God was my biggest support. My performance surprised me because I didn’t expect to do that.” better. “He said.
His father Governor Samboja commended him for the dedication and dedication of his education which bore fruit in the recent KCSE results.
“I am ready to support him in any way possible to achieve his dream of becoming an interior designer even if it means selling my farm,” he noted.
In addition, Senator-elect Isaac Mwaura congratulated Nyegenye Gerri Resula, daughter of Senate Clerk Jeremiah Nyegenye, for emerging victorious from the ordeal. Gerri, who studied at Moi High School, got A with 84 points.
“I am very proud of this result from the daughter of our Senate Clerk Jeremiah Nyegenye. A very humble, intelligent and hardworking clerk with whom I have had the privilege of working closely with him for many years. GOD rewards diligence in many ways, honor like this. father, like his daughter, ”Mwaura said.
Former Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale also hit the headlines when he released the results of his two children. The politician is known to celebrate his children on social media after the KCPE and KCSE exams were released.
Her children, Flavia Shimuli Khalwale of Alliance Girls and Steven Kapten Khalwale of Kakamega High School, received A- and C + respectively.