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15 Best Special Needs Candidates – 2021 KCSE Results

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15 Best Special Needs Candidates – 2021 KCSE ResultsGeorge Magoha, Cabinet Secretary for Education, announced that 223 special needs candidates received an overall grade of C+ or higher in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations.Prof. Magoha stated on Saturday at Mitihani House when he released the 2021 KCSE results that this accounts for 10.52 percent of those who obtained the same.The top 15 overall special needs candidates in the 2021 KCSE exams are listed below:1.      Reuben Osoro Branton, Kapsabet Boys (83.489, A)2.      Agot Saulo Olango, Maranda High (83.294, A)3.      Otieno Omondi Stanley, Maseno School (80.414, A-)4.      Mburugu Ian Mutethia, Mangu High School (79.326, A-)5.      Precious Zawadi Machuka, Moi Girls High School Eldoret (79.326, A-)6.      Gatluak Gai Deng, Chesamisi Boys High School (79.204, A-)7.      Kimiru Peter Kamau, Nyandarua High School (78.289, A-)8.      Momanyi Bonface, Nyambaria High School (78.284, A-)9.      Okoth Stanley Otieno, St. Joseph’s Rapogi, (77.156, A-)10.  John Mutugu Chege, S.A High School for the Blind (77.069, A-)11.   Awoi Imoit Bethwel, Maranda High (76.184, A-)12.  Siyad Salah Abdi, Bushra High School (76.11, A-)13.  Frank Momanyi, Kanga High (75.163, B+)14.  Mang’ang’a Collins Marwa, Tarang’any A Boys High (75.099, B+)15.  Senteu Joshua Mokoi, Kiambu High School (74.946, B+)ALSO READ:15 Best Special Needs Candidates – 2021 KCSE Results

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