Former Kakamega senator is a happy man after his relative passed with flying colours in the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE).
Through his Twitter page, Khalwale announced that Melissa Khamwenyi who was a student at Malinya Primary School scored 402 marks in the just-released KCPE results.
According to the post, Melissa scored 86 in English, 83 in Kiswahili, 83 in Mathematics, 66 in Science and 84 in Social Studies and Religion.
“My family and I in 1000 special ways thank God, the teaching and non-teaching staff of Malinya Pr. School and Kakamega Hill Junior School for the 402,” Khalwale wrote.
As earlier reported, Bruce Magata Makenzi who emerged as the top student wants to join Alliance High School to pursue Aeronautical Engineering later.
Speaking to Citizen TV, Makenzi’s father, Jared Magata hailed his son for the splendid performance.
He noted that he was expecting his son to perform but he did not expect him to emerge as the top student countrywide.
“I am in Kisii and I am so happy. I expected he would pass but did not think he would be number one. Bruce is in Ongata Rongai. I think he already knows but his phone is busy, I am not able to reach him
“I planned for him to join Alliance. I talked to him to get the dream school. His dream is Aeronautical Engineering. He is not so much into medicine,” Magata said.
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