The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations results were announced yesterday by the Cabinet Secretary of Education Ezekiel Machogu at the Kenya National Examinations Council.
The results saw thousands of students celebrate across the country for the stellar performance that they put up.
According to the available reliable reports that we have with us from Daily Nation Newspaper, a student from a day school in Nakuru made it to the top by scoring a straight A in his exams.
Isaac Mugambi of Langalanga Secondary School in Nakuru City scored an A of 84 Points which is the highest in the school since inception in 1984.
When he wrote his last KCSE exam, which was the Physics paper 3, he walked to the Principal’s office and hand delivered a letter to her.
He thanked Principal Rufina Mutegi Nkonge for supporting him throughout his schooling as the young boy comes from a very humble background.
Isaac Mugambi is then said to have attached 100 shillings to the letter and handed it over to Principal Nkonge and bid her goodbye.
“I just wanted to show her my love for the good things that she has always done for me. I know 100 shillings is very little but to me, its value is as big as her heart,” said Mugambi.
Picture courtesy. Image of teachers celebrating with Mugambi.
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