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2019 KCPE top candidate Andy Michael Munyiri wants to be an Automotive Engineer

Top 2019 KCPE Candidate Andy Michael Munyiri who scored 440 marks out of a possible 500 marks spoke to reporters on Monday shortly after the results were announced.

The cheerful candidate who sat for his papers at the Damacrest Group of Schools in Thogoto, conveyed that he would like to pursue a career as an Automotive Engineer following his sterling performance in the national exam.

"I am so excited, I never even thought I could top in the whole country!

"I give most credit to my teachers because they are the ones behind all the preparations. In our school we were told not to be overexcited before and even during the exams, so it is all due to their preparations. And above all, it has taken the hand of God," Munyiri stated.


He narrated that his family had also been a great source of inspiration, beginning with his father who is an insurance marketer and his mother.

KCPE 2019 in numbers

Munyiri led the pack with 440 marks and he was followed closely by three other candidates who each scored 439 marks. These are Flavian Onyango, June Cheptoo and Sean Ndung'u.

The five are among the 9,770 candidates who scored 400 marks and above, a drop from the 11,559 candidates who attained the marks in 2018.


Deputy President William Ruto's daughter Abby is among the candidates who scored above 400 marks.

243,320 students scored between 301 - 400 marks, 566,886 scored between 201 - 300, with 262,307 scoring between 101 - 200. 1,173 students scored 100 marks and below.


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