The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: KCPE Results Announced

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Minister for Education Mutula Kilonzo (right) and his permanent secretary George Godia (file photo).

The top three students nationally are Joy Kathure Meru, Mwaura Boniface from Kiambu, Wachira Njomo, Kiambu, each with 430 marks. The public can check their results via SMS by sending the candidate's index number to 5052 once they are released. KNEC will rank schools on the order of their performance. A total of 811,930 candidates sat for the KCPE examination.

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