31 January 2013

Kenya: District Officer's Son Gets Top Marks in Nyeti

The son of Thika district information officer was among top KCPE performers in Nyeri.

Jacob Waruiru Njoroge from Nyeri Good Shepherd School scored 412 marks in KCPE. Njoroge, who is the son of Thika DIO Lucy Njoroge, wants to become a neurosurgeon. His school of choice is Starehe Boys Centre. The highest scorer in school had 415 marks.

The school has been performing well with most of its candidates joining national and provincial schools.

Njoroge is a son to in Kiambu County.

Lucy said his son had been performing well since he was in class one and his performance in the KCPE did not come as a surprise.

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