March 2022 KCPE results Announced

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Mangata Bruce Makenzi claims top spot in KCPE 2021 results after scoring 428 marks;

Momanyi Ashley Kerubo second with 427 marks.

Although it has been a busy year has been indeed, with limited time and short holidays for the March 2022 and December 2022 candidates.

But this has not given them even a single time to not focus on their studies.

March 2022 there were a total of 1,225,597 students who sat for their KCPE exams this year between 7th and 9th March, 2022.

Mangata Bruce McKenzie is a grandson of the late Bruce Roy MacKenzie who was a South African-born Kenyan politician and the only white Minister in Kenya’s Independence Cabinet.

The late MacKenzie was a Minister of Agriculture during the presidency of Jomo Kenyatta, to whom he was an advisor.

He is alleged to have been an agent for British, South African or Israeli intelligence by various people.

Roy was assassinated on the orders of Ugandan President and dictator Idi Amin.

He was born in 1919 in Richmond South Africa, and died at the age of 59.

He died in 1978 from a time bomb plane crash in Ngong Hills on his way back from meeting Uganda President Idi Amin.

 

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