Meet the Girl Who Aced Kenya's National Primary School Exam
Goldalyn Kakuya, the 14-year-old girl from Kakamega County scored 455 out of 500 marks. She will not only be remembered for her academic excellence, but also for the instrumental role of raising awareness about albinism.
Goldalyn Kakuya and her parents.
VOA, 27 November 2017
A student from western Kenya is the top performer in the country’s recent national primary school exams. Her success is made extraordinary because she is albino, a group that… Read more »
Nairobi News, 23 November 2017
Top girl in the KCPE 2017 exams will be holidaying in Mombasa for free with her parents courtesy of Bonfire Adventures. Read more »
Nation, 23 November 2017
The Albinism Society of Kenya on Thursday honoured the top scorer in this year's primary leaving examination. Read more »
Capital FM, 23 November 2017
Top Kenya Certificate of Primary Education student Goldalyn Kakuya a pupil with albinism who emerged top after scoring 455 marks out of 500 will get full sponsorship from the… Read more »
Nation, 21 November 2017
Goldalyn Kakuya of St Anne Junior Lubao in Kakamega County has emerged the top candidate in the 2017 Standard 8 national exams. Read more »
Nairobi News, 21 November 2017
The top candidate in this year's KCPE Goldalyn Kakuya beat all odds despite her condition as an albino to emerge in the top position. Read more »