Mang’u High School student Jeriel Ndeda topped the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary School Education (KCSE).
Ndeda scored an A of 87.167 to emerge top in announcement made by Education Cabinet Secretary (CS) Prof George Magoha when releasing the results on Saturday, April 23, 2022.
Ndeda was followed by Mukuha Timothy Kamau of Alliance High School with 87.167 and Job Ngara of Mangu High School with 87.116.
Others in the top 15 include;
Chege David Kamau (87.104) – St Joseph’s Boys High School Kitale
Ramadhan Musa Tepo (87.103) – Light Academy
Mwendo Cecily Mutheu (87.086) – Kenya High School
Ian Mwai Toyota (87.084) – Kakamega High School
Pita Shekinah Wise (87.079) – Kenya High School
Mshindi Daniel Ouma (87.076) – Light Academy
Brenda Cherotich (87.066) – Kipsigis Girls’ High School
Mugane Job Ngatia (87.064) – Strathmore School