Home Counties Insecurity in Samburu blamed for drop in KCSE exam results Wednesday March 9 2016 email print Residents of Marti in Samburu during a peace meeting. A drop in performance in the 2015 KCSE exam in the county has been blamed on increased insecurity. PHOTO | JOHNSTON KETI | NATION MEDIA GROUP In Summary The number of students who scored a mean score of A- in 2015 reduced to five from 13 in 2014.Mr Nyaga said the few girls who sat the KCSE examination in the county in 2015 performed very well.The mean score for all secondary schools in Samburu North Sub-County dropped as a result of livestock-related conflicts.Three of the county's best five candidates who scored a mean grade of A- were girls. Advertisement By JOHNSTON KETI More by this Author email print In the headlines Revealed: Why Raila attended debate Nasa presidential candidate did not want to share the stage with fringe candidates. Maragua aspirant to face sodomy charges Maragua MP aspirant Sam Wairimu is set to appear in court today. KCB rugby player shot dead in Kasarani JUST BRENDA: Is my daughter really mine? Fear of cholera outbreak at Kodiaga prison - VIDEO Mugabe gives sister-in-law Sh6 million gift Why Anglo Leasing probe was delayed Trump: 'Obamacare is death'