Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha today announced the results of Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) 2019.
The top student managed to score 440 marks.
Among those who scored more than 400 marks is Opondo Cynthia Malia of Index 20404019002. She scored 416 marks having scored
Cynthia is daughter to Peter Opondo a managing Editor at K24.
Below are the top students in KCPE 2019.
Andy Michael Munyiri – 440
Flavian Onyango – 439
June Cheptoo Koech – 439
Sean Ndung’u – 439
Andy Michael Munyiri of Damacrest Academy, Thogoto, is the top candidate in the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams.
Munyiri scored 440 marks, one point above Flavian Onyango, June Cheptoo, Michael Ndungu who tied at 439.
Speaking at State House Nairobi, President Uhuru Kenyatta commended the Ministry of Education and KNEC for conducting the national exams in a transparent and secure environment.
He praised the team of examiners for ensuring that the process was undertaken without any hitch, terming the exercise a major success.
The President expressed gratitude to all stakeholders for ensuring that the whole examination process including marking of the papers was conducted within schedule.
Present at the meeting were Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua, Teachers Service Commission CEO Nancy Macharia and Acting KNEC Chief Executive Officer Mercy Karogo among others.