The Minister of Education, George Magoha, on Saturday, April 23, released the results of the Kenya Secondary Education Certificate (KCSE) 2021.
Magoha released the results after presenting them to President Uhuru Kenyatta at the White House in Nairobi, where he briefed him on the performance of the 2021 candidates.
More than 800,000 candidates took the national exams which officially started on March 14th.
Announcing CS results announcement surprises many as KCPE / KCPE results are usually released on weekdays.
Insiders say his release was delayed for a day after the death of Kenya’s third president, Mwai Kibaki.
Magoha was joined by senior officials from the Ministry of Education and other stakeholders, including the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Teachers’ Services Commission (TSC), Nancy Macharia.
The results were released less than a week after teachers completed the examination correction.