By Shadrack Nyakoe
Kibera magistrate Renee Kitagwa has celebrated her daughter who scored a total of 409 marks in the just-announced Kenya Certificate of Primary Education results.
Kitagwa congratulated her daughter Enilsah Kageha Muturi who scored 409 at the Makini school and thanked her for working hard all the time.
“We thank God for the best of my daughter who has excelled well in today’s KCPE results, may God bless you daughter,” she said.
Kageha Muturi when reached for comment she said that she wanted to study at the Alliance girls school and she wants to be a dermatologist when she grows up.
“I thank my mother for supporting me, I want to go to Alliance girls, I expected 420 marks and above but I thank God for what I have achieved today,” she said.
The top student was Bruce Mackenzie Magata of Gilgil Hills Academy who scored 428 marks.
A total of 11,857 students scored 400 marks and above.