(PHOTOS) KCSE 2020 candidates celebrate victory as results released

In Summary

• Magoha said that all the 747,161 students who sat the exam will be absorbed in universities, colleges as well as TVET institutions.

• He said the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), has identified that our 10 universities, colleges and TVET institutions have places for all candidates.

Esther Wacuku Mbugua who emerged the 2nd best girl in Kenya from Kenya High School scoring 87.17 on May 10,2021.Photo/MARGARET WANJIRU
Esther Wacuku Mbugua who emerged the 2nd best girl in Kenya from Kenya High School scoring 87.17 on May 10,2021.Photo/MARGARET WANJIRU

Education CS George Magoha on Monday announced the 2020 KCSE results, stating that 2020 candidates performed better than the previous year.

Robinson Wanjala Simiyu from Murang'a High School emerged the top student in the country, with an A of 87.334, followed by Allan Wasonga  (87.173) from Agoro Sare High School.

Other top scorers are;

Sharon Chepng'eno (Kenya High School ) with 87.173

Rob Ongare Muraisi -Alliance High with 87.173

Stacy Auma Opiyo who scored an A- of 75.00 from Kenya High School on May 10,2021.Photo/MARGARET WANJIRU
Stacy Auma Opiyo who scored an A- of 75.00 from Kenya High School on May 10,2021.Photo/MARGARET WANJIRU

Ester Mbugua -Kenya High with 87.113

Kipkoech Kogo  - Alliance high school with 87.106

Kenneth Oranga - Kapsapet boys  with 87.049

Madaga Henry - Maranda High school with 87.046

Chepkor Patience - Kenya high school with 87. 046

Musomba Edith Kisei - Machakos girls  with 87.013

Sumayya Ahmed Mohamed from Qubaa Muslim school in Mombasa scored A plain with 81 points. Photo / John Chesoli
Sumayya Ahmed Mohamed from Qubaa Muslim school in Mombasa scored A plain with 81 points. Photo / John Chesoli

Leslie Loise  - Kenya High School 

George Thylron- Kapsabet boys

Kiprono Howard -Maranda High school 

Jelimo Debora - Kenya High School 

Buluma Daisy - Kenya High School

Sumayya Ahmed Mohamed from Qubaa Muslim school is congratulated by teachers and family members. She scored A(plain) of 81 points. Photo/ John Chesoli
Sumayya Ahmed Mohamed from Qubaa Muslim school is congratulated by teachers and family members. She scored A(plain) of 81 points. Photo/ John Chesoli

Teachers and parents from different schools joined the celebrations as they congratulated the top scorers in their institutions.

Magoha said that all the 747,161 students who sat the exam will be absorbed in universities, colleges as well as TVET institutions.

Dennis Cheruiyot, the most improved student in the country from Kimargis Secondary School in Bomet Central./ Felix Kipkemoi
Dennis Cheruiyot, the most improved student in the country from Kimargis Secondary School in Bomet Central./ Felix Kipkemoi

He said the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS), has identified that our 10 universities, colleges and TVET institutions have places for all candidates.

"All these institutions have disclosed their capacities of enrolment ahead of the selection exercise of the 2020KCSE examination candidates, which I have instructed that it starts immediately," Magoha said.