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Top 8 2021 KCSE Sub County Students

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Top 8 2021 KCSE Sub County StudentsStudents from little-known sub-county schools received excellent grades as Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha released the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results.There were 1,138 candidates who received an A plain overall grade. According to CS Magoha, 826,807 candidates took exams in 2021, up from 747,000 the previous year. Males made up 50.9 percent of the population, while females made up 49.1 percent.Here are the top eight students in the category:1. Anthony Njuguna Muhoro – Kiamaina Sec School in Central – 84.63 points.2. Owino Erick – Akoko in Nyanza – 83.71 points.3. Karwiga Clinton – Angaine Mixed Day Secondary School in Meru – 81.449 points.4. Achesa Alukoti – Matundu Day Sec in Kakamega – 81.237 points.5. Diangui Frank Wagura – St James Kiarithia in Central – 79.4 points.6. Mulei Kelvin – Dandora Sec Sch in Nairobi – 79.213 points.7. Mukirimia Dennis Mwamburi – From Coast region – 78.256 points.8. Ronald Kipkoech – Kiblabotwa sec school in Rift Valley – 74.9 points.On Saturday, April 23, CS Magoha announced the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results.Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i and his education counterpart George Omore Magoha during the launch of national examinations in Nairobi on Friday, February 18, 2022KNECThe exams were held in 10,413 locations. Students can either use the short SMS service or the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) portal to access their results.ALSO READ:Students should send their index number followed by KCSE (in capital letters) to the number 20076 to check their results. There should be no space after the last digit of the index number and the initials KCSE.The service is available on all mobile networks in Kenya (Safaricom, Airtel, and Telkom), with each SMS costing Ksh25.Top 8 2021 KCSE Sub County Students

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