Best KCPE candidate in Trans Nzoia attributes success to hard work, determination

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Fridah Wafula Makhanu from Line Member Academy Primary School got 434 marks
Fridah Wafula Makhanu from Line Member Academy Primary School got 434 marks

Fridah Wafula Makhanu from Line Member Academy Primary School is the best KCPE candidate in Trans Nzoia County with 434 marks. Parents, pupils and teachers sang and danced in joy at the school as they celebrated the performance.

The pupil said the secret for her success is hard work and determination. “I wish to join Kenya High to pursue my dream career and become a
neurosurgeon,” she said.

The school head eacher Emer Sitienei attributed the stellar
performance to team work and dedication put in throughout the year.

Other top KCPE performers in Trans Nzoia County have celebrated their results following the official release by Education CS Prof. George Magoha.

Kitale School posted a remarkable performance with the top candidate Siketi Sydney scoring 423 marks. St. Angelica and Charles Academy top pupil Satia Lindsey Muthoni got 423 marks followed by Mwaniki Calvin who came in second with 422 marks.

At St. Anne’s Academy Kiminini the top candidate Maria Ogot scored 420
marks while other candidates scored top marks. “The candidates were disciplined and hard working and their performance has been remarkable throughout the year,” said the school’s head teacher Hellen Wachana.

Jubilation was also witnessed at St. John’s Academy in Kwanza
constituency, after the best student Medah Mabonga garnered 404 marks. She said she wants to pursue her dream career and become a neurosurgeon.

The headteacher Mr. Fred Namesake attributed the exemplary performance
to hard work and determination amongst teachers, students and parents.