Shortly after Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu formally released the 2022 KCSE results on Friday, January 20, the list of top students who aced the test have began going public.
Maripoti Media learned that Njagi Ronnie Gathuku, a student from Alliance High School, was among the top candidates after scoring a straight A of 84 points.
Gathuku scored straight As in all seven subjects, as revealed by Alliance High School.
Alliance Girls School also confirmed that its former captain, whose name was withheld, also scored an A of 84 points, with straight As in all subjects.
The two candidates are among a total 1,146 candidates that scored grade A in the test.
Other top performers were Roberto Carlos of Mbita High School who scored an A of 84 points, Kairu Vincent Kinyua of Mang’u High School, Shawn Mishel Ngweno of Maseno High School, Samie David Santet of Mang’u High School and Koech Vic of Alliance High School. They all scored straight As of 84 points.