Orders From Above: Uhuru Directs Matiang’i to Set Another KCPE Exam

During the event, Matiang’i announced that the first candidate scored 455 marks out of a possible 500, which was an improvement from 437 that was attained in 2016.


He added that a student from a public school had emerged second countrywide and promised to work closely with public schools that had students in the top 100.


“Public schools that have produced top 100 candidates will receive a special financial allocation to support their infrastructure.

Special needs schools have produced 6 of the top 100 candidates,” revealed the CS.
He also noted that no malpractices were recorded thus everyone who sat for the exam would access their results.