Nuru Okanga Clarifies 401 Marks in 2023 KCPE

Nuru Okanga Clarifies 401 Marks in 2023 KCPE

Nuru Okanga Clarifies 401 Marks in 2023 KCPE

A screenshot circulating on social media purporting to show that Nuru Okanga, the self-described biggest fan of Azimio la Umoja, scored 401 marks in the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), whose results were announced on Thursday, has been refuted. As of Thursday, the vocal political enthusiast insisted that he had not yet received the results of his national exams.

He went on to say that he did not own the index number 37610677055 that  was being used for rounds. He begins by writing 379********. “That index number does not belong to me,” he said.

“I am still trying to get my results because Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) is yet to release the statement.”

True to his word, the results checking system was experiencing delays mid-morning on Thursday, after Education CS Ezekiel Machogu released the results.

Typically, parents of candidates are requested to text 40054 with their  candidates’ index numbers at a cost of Ksh25 each text. However, parents lamented the fact that service charges had been subtracted  despite the findings being delayed. Nuru Okanga was the talk of social media for a while when many messages said  he received between 401 and 405 points, which put him in the top 20 students in  the country. The fake results also claimed that the candidate scored 84 math, 80 english, and  80 kiswahili points.

Additionally, the results revealed that Okanga, who took the national examinations at Mumias Muslim Primary School, scored 82 in Christian Religious Education (CRE) and 75 in science.When the results were announced, Machogu said that the top candidate scored 428 out of a possible 500 marks.A mere 8,525 candidates achieved a score of 400 or above, while 352,782 pupils obtained a score between 300 and 399.

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