KCSE 2013 results

Monday March 3 2014

RACHEL OMBAKA
By RACHEL OMBAKA
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Kingori Tom Wanderi from Alliance Boys High School emerged the top candidate in last year's Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations.

He was followed by Aloo Shem (Maranda High School) and Kivuva Angela (Moi High School, Nakuru) in second and third position respectively.

During the release of the results at Mtihani House in Nairobi on Monday, Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi noted a slight improvement in the KCSE performance last year.

TOP SCHOOLS

Alliance High School emerged top nationally followed by Moi High School, Kabarak and Precious Blood in Riruta.