Noami Karimi Kawira of Pangani Girls School is the top student in this years’ Kenya Certficate of Secondary Examination.
Karimi scored A plain with 87.11 points to emerge at the top while Sharon Chechumba of Moi Kabarak School Eldoret became second overall with A plain and 86.8 points.
Third best is Brian Kamau of Alliance Boys who scored grade A with 86.7 points.
Speaking during the release of this years’ KCSE results education cs Fred Matiangi noted that Pangani Girls and Maranda Boys are the most improved schools.
Pangani Girls had a total of three students in the top ten performance list.
Meanwhile the top student Noami Karimi has shown her joy on the result saying she valued God in her studies.
She applauded her teachers and parents for guiding her to the overwhelming victory.