• Flavia was studying in Alliance Girls High School while Steven was in Kakamega High School.
Kakamega senator, Bonnie Khalwawe, is celebrating after his daughter Flavia Shimuli got an A- in the 2021 KCSE exams.
Flavia scored an A- in English, A- in Kiswahili, A in Maths, A in Biology, B+ in physic, B in Chemistry, A -in Geography, and a B in Business Studies.
His son Steven kapten scored a C+
Steven had a B- in English, a B in Kiswahili, a C- in Biology, C- in Physics, D in Chemistry, and a C+ in Business Studies.
Taking to his socials to celebrate Khalwale penned,
"Celebrating twin blessings! My family and I thank God together with the teaching & non-teaching staff of Alliance Girls High School and Kakamega High School."
Senate clerk Jeremiah Nyegenye is also a proud man after his daughter, Gerri Nyegenye, scored an A in the 2022 KCSE.
The brilliant and beautiful Gerri scored a straight-A with an aggregate point of 84. Her marks are below,
Jariel Ndeda of Mang'u High School emerged as the top candidate in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary School (KCSE) exams.
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha announced the results a few hours ago. Ndeda scored an A with a mean of 87.167.
There are 1,138 candidates who scored A (plain). Those who scored C+ and above were just over 145,000 compared to last year which was 143,000.
Some 831,015 candidates sat the exam in 10,413 centres compared to 752,981 in 10,437 centres in 2020.
This reflects an increase of 78,034 or 9.39 per cent.