•While releasing the results on Monday, Magoha noted that all candidates have potential to a successful life.
•"We believe that there is no insignificant child and we must not leave any learner behind," the CS said.
Education CS George Magoha has passed a message of hope to all candidates who sat the 2020 KCSE exam.
While releasing the results on Monday, Magoha noted that all candidates have potential to succeed in life.
"We believe that there is no insignificant child and we must not leave any learner behind," the CS said.
"All candidates have a place in our education story."
Announcement of the results will pave the way for admission to universities, colleges and technical institutions.
Knec data show that 752,933 candidates were registered to sit this year's KCSE exam in 10,437 centres.
Last week, the marking of the exam ended with some examiners staging protests over their dues.
Marking started immediately after the exam was concluded on April 16.
It involved at least 27,284 examiners and was conducted in about 33 national schools distributed in the eight regions, formerly provinces.
President Uhuru Kenyatta while receiving the results before the public releasee congratulated the 2020 KCSE candidates for a great performance despite the challenges posed by Covid-19.
Uhuru thanked the education sector stakeholders for the smooth administration of the examinations.