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Will these KCSE results release be another Khalwale moment? KOT react

By Wangu Kanuri January 20th, 2023 2 min read

As it has been the norm, Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) have asked Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale to share the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results of his child(ren).

This year, they are waiting for an announcement from the polygamous

Khalwale, popularly known as the bullfighter, has not yet shared, but KOT is on his neck, reminding him that the floor is his.

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The KCSE results have just been released by the Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu. About 884,263 candidates sat for their exams between February 28 and April 1, 2022.

In 2022, KCPE results, Khalwale celebrated his daughter Melissa Khamwenyi Khalwale who scored 402 marks. The KCSE ones also ushered another Khalwale moment who took to Twitter to celebrate his twins Flavia Shimuli Khalwale who scored an A- and Stephen Kapten Khalwale who scored a C+.

In 2016, Khalwale also celebrated Engine Khalwale’s KCPE performance after he scored 400 marks, while in 2014, he celebrated his daughter, Linda Khalwale, among the top candidates with 428 marks in KCPE.

This year’s KCSE results saw a total of 875 males score grade A compared to 271 females. The number of males who attained A- Grades stood at 4,445, while the females were at 1,962.

Males with Grade B+ are 9,578 compared to their female counterparts, 6,104. Grade B attracted 13,520 females and 17,783 males, while the females who scored B- were 21,474 and 27,245 males.

Females who scored C+ are 33,138, while the males are 36,950. “The male in this category performed better and I hope that going forward the females will also be able to improve so that at least we have some kind of balance,” CS Machogu said.

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62,599 females scored Grade C- compared to 56,469 males. The CS said there were 190 (8.80 percent) candidates with special needs who obtained an overall C+ and above in the 2022 KCSE examination.

It was also noted that the candidates who scored grade E declined significantly to 30,822, representing 3.49 percent. This also comes barely a month after KCPE results were released and all the candidates received their results.

Here are some of the reactions;

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