There was joy at Mudasa Academy in Vihiga County as top student scored 424 marks in the KCPE exams to mark celebrations of the renowned school. Eugene Asava, who intends to be a neurosurgeon, has said his top priority is to join Alliance High School.
The institution has been renowned for producing excellent performance and these exemplary results were expected, according to the school’s hierarchy.
Asava has said that he expected to pass with flying colours because he had worked hard to realise it.
“I was well prepared to pass these exams and it’s not a surprise my hard work paid off,” said Asava, “I intend to join Alliance Boys High school and be a neurosurgeon in future.”
His mother was impressed with her son’s performance and she appreciated the school for posting good results.
Nancy Gimonde, being a teacher at Magui Primary School, said the school’s efforts paid off well and this has been always the Schools culture.
“Since he joined this school, he was hardworking and I want to thank the School for providing quality education,” said Gimonde, “He has been performing extremely well and we were expected him to get good results.”
The boy has been a top student since joining the School and that was an indication he was going to register good performance.
George Mudanyi the School Director said the have always instilled discipline to all the pupils at the institution noting that it has always guided the school to post good results since inception in 1992.
“We have a religious background at that has been the guiding principal in our daily running of the School,” he said.
The School Principal Velmah Mudanya thanked the Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of education Science and Technology Fred Matiangi for being firm in his effort to curb exam cheating that has been on the rise for the past years.
“He has done an absolutely great work in bringing order in the education sector and we, as stakeholders in this industry we appreciate that,” she said.