List of top KCSE 2016 candidates - 2

KNEC KCSE Results 2016 Top 100 Candidates; KCSE results 2016 released – top 100 candidates. KCSE 2016 results - List of Kenya's Top KCSE Candidates; KCSE 2016 results.

List being updated regularly - check back soon for the full list of 141 candidates who scored straight As & the 4645 who scored A-

  • Felix Kobia Mugambi Meru School A- 80
  • Korir Emmanuel Mang’u High A- 80
  • Wanyonyi Godwin Wafula Mang’u High A- 80
  • Mahugu Cyrus Muriithi Mang’u High A- 80
  • Marubu Allan Irungu Mang’u High A- 80
  • Ombui Monchari Christine Loreto Limuru A- 80
  • Okemwa Brenda Kerubo Loreto Limuru A- 80
  • Nyarango Kennedy Job Kisii High A- 80
  • Mercy Mutua Mwongeli Kenya High A- 80
  • Wanjiku Stephanie Kenya High A- 80
  • Kihara Amy Muthoni Kenya High A- 80
  • Eliud Sharon Wavinya Kenya High A- 80
  • Obiero Rosemary Kemunto Kenya High A- 80
  • Wambiru Lynn Wanjiku Kenya High A- 80
  • Nthiwa Diana Wanyua Kenya High A- 80
  • Kibet Victor Kapsabet Boys A- 80
  • Ouma Stephene Juma Kanga High A- 80
  • Maigika Cynthia Moraa Alliance Girls A- 80
  • Mugambi Nancy Gatwiri Alliance Girls A- 80
  • Opiyo Lavender Achieng Alliance Girls A- 80
  • Thuranira Nkatha Josephine Alliance Girls A- 80

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    Are These Grades Scientifically Correct Mr. Matiangi?
    by: SHIKUKU

    Sample this, Kenya has thousands secondary schools. Out of which, over 100 are national schools.

    Matiangi and the good Prof. are telling Kenyans that, over half a million who sat for this exam, there were only 141 As? Alright that can be possible if the said exams were actually not meant for these poor students.

    But more strangely, out of all these schools, only some two girl schools in Nairobi managed to scoop a whole 46 of the 141 As!

    Is it realistic?

    Can this scenario be proved scientifically?

    Are these 2 schools the only schools where teaching was going on?

    Did these two schools have different exams?

    Were their teachers the ones who set these exams?

    We salute Matiangi. Kenyans are tired of exam leakages year in year out. But still there is a big, big elephant in the room. Something is just not right somewhere.

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