- The top candidates were Kimutai Brian from Nandi County and Otieno Akoth from Kisumu County who both scored 444 marks
The results for the 2013 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations were released at the headquarters of the Kenya National Examination Council in Nairobi on Tuesday morning by Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi.
The top candidates were Kimutai Brian from Nandi County and Otieno Akoth from Kisumu County who both scored 444 marks while Kirinyaga emerged as the top county nationally and Mumias was declared the top district.
Wajir was the most improved county, with the mean score going up from 200 to 2012.
Keiyo South MP Jackson Kiptanui hailed Elgeyo-Marakwet County for being number two countrywide. The county had a mean score of 271.
Mr Kiptanui congratulated parents, teachers and pupils in the county for the hard work and determination that saw them perform well.
“The parents, teachers and pupils in the county should continue with same spirit for better performance and good life,” Mr Kiptanui said by phone.
More to follow.