They say God can’t give you everything. But this may not be true if the picture of the top KCSE candidate Juliet Otieno is anything to go by. The Pangani Girls High School scored an A plain of 87.644 points to emerge the top students out of the 660, 204 candidates who sat the exam.
And it has emerged that she is not only a genus but also a true Jaber. God gave the Luo lady everything. A big beautiful smile and a body that can fit a body con dress. If she was a car model, then it would have to be a Porsche.
Josephat Mwangi of Mihoro Secondary School in Murang’a county was the most improved as he scored a mean grade of A- after getting 278 at KCPE.
She said that there was no leakage in the examination and that four of the six masterminds known for distributing exam materials had already been arrested and arraigned in court. CS Amina said tat in 2018 there was minimal cheating as no questions was leaked before.
The Teachers Service Commission CEO Nancy Macharia lauded teaches for good service during the exam period. She noted that 62 cases were reported for non conformity and non compliance, five teachers were already interdicted.
Professor George Magoha, the Chairman of the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) cautioned students and told them to tell their parents to let them put their brains to good use. Professor Magoha told parents that every student got what they deserved.