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KCPE Exam Results, Best Performers From The Coastal Region

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Best Performers From The Coastal Region

The 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education KCPE exams results were released by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha on Monday, March 28, 2022. The results show a high level of performance from students in the coastal region, with several students scoring highly and making it to the top 20 performers list.

Leading the pack is 14-year-old Joshua Safari Ziro from Busy Bee School, who emerged as the top Coast student in the examination with an impressive 421 points out of the possible 500. He was closely followed by Amani Wairi George of Nyali Primary, Amaya Lisa Adhiambo of Amani Primary School, and Kelly Baraka of Almona Academy, who tied at position two with 420 marks.

  1. Joshua Safari Ziro (421) Busy Bee School
  2. Amani Wairi George (420) Nyali Primary School
  3. Amaya Lisa Adhiambo (420) Amani Primary School
  4. Kelly Baraka (420) Almona Academy Malindi
  5. Mwandoe Mkoli Rebecca (419) Teman Juniour School Kiembeni
  6. Ashley Said (416) Karama Academy Msambweni
  7. William Kibet (416) Bethany Academy
  8. Amina Sakina (415) Modern Green Hills Academy Samburu, Kwale
  9. Lorna Mudzihana (414)-Bethany Academy
  10. Constance Mumbua Kalula (413) Masimbani Primary School
  11. Menza Ivy Zawadi (412) Mwatate Juniour Academy.
  12. Bukheit Mohamed Mwenyekombo (412) Ocean of Wonders Kilifi
  13. Hassan Yusuf Ahmed (412) Fairfield Academy Mombasa
  14. Gloria Chizi (412) Methodist Academy Kwale
  15. Mohammed Hussein (412) Memon Academy Mombasa
  16. Habiba Mwanarusi N’sura (411) Ganjoni Primary School, Mombasa
  17. Mwagao Yusuf Omar (411) Masimbani Primary Kwale
  18. Patrick Mbatia Bundi (411) Masimbani Primary School, Kwale
  19. David Denzel (411) Bethany Academy, Kwale
  20. Ashraf Ali Mohammed (411) Swafaa Academy Lamu

It is worth mentioning that the top KCPE candidate in the country is Magata Bruce Mackenzie from Gilgil Hills Academy, who scored 428 marks. He was followed by Momanyi Ashley of Makini School with 427, while the third position went to Muteti Shabtell of Kitengela International School with 426 marks.

These impressive results are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the students, as well as the efforts of their teachers and parents. The coastal region has consistently performed well in the KCPE examinations and this year’s results are no exception. With a strong foundation in primary education, these students are well-prepared for the next step in their academic journey.

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