National Assembly majority leader Aden Duale is a happy man after the announcements of KCSE results by Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i.
As it was another time for joy and disappointment in equal measure as parents, guardians and candidates receive Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination results.
National Assembly majority leader Aden Duale was one of the proud parents following Kenya National Examinations Council’s announcement of the 2015 KCSE results on March 3.
His son, Abdul Razak Aden, performed well in the examinations and he could not resist sharing the results on his social media accounts.
“My son has attained exemplary results in KCSE 2015. I thank the almighty God, his mum, the principal and teachers of Mangu. Congratulations!” he said.
Aden Duale’s son, who sat the exams at Mangu High School, had a mean grade of A- (minus) with 77 points. Razak scored straight As in Mathematics, Biology and History; A- in Business Studies; and B+ in English, Kiswahili and Chemistry.
In the KSCE 2015 results released by Matiang’i, 2,636 students scored the highest mean grade of A (plain). 75% (1,976) of the top scorers are male.
According to the KCSE 2015 results, only 31.52% (165,766) of the candidates attained grade C+ and above. About 525,802 candidates registered for KCSE 2015 exams; a rise from 485,547 in 2014.