The 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam results have been released and candidates are still in a celebratory mood. My congratulations go to all the candidates who finished their eight years
of study.
I have noted with happiness following the recent release of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam results, that the children under the Child Welfare Society of Kenya (CWSK), one of the agencies under my ministry, have performed exemplary well in the national exams.

The candidates have done us proud. I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate them and wish them the very best as they prepare to proceed to secondary school.
The CWSK is responsible for promoting the welfare of vulnerable children. I am quite impressed by the results of the children under its care in the various Temporary Places of Safety (TPS). Having visited
some of these TPSs, I was impressed by the children who showed a lot of resilience and determination to succeed in life. I have noted with joy that 15 of these children scored above 360 marks, with the top candidate, Samuel Wangila from the CWSK Kanduyi TPS, scoring 394 marks out of This is no mean feat.

To the candidates, I wish to urge you to keep focused as you have been and pursue your secondary school education with the same zeal that you have been showing up to now.
I assure you that the Ministry, through the CWSK, will continue walking with you as you pursue your endeavors.
Congratulations to all the candidates in Kenya who sat the KCPE exam for the good performance.
Hon. Florence Bore CS Ministry of Labour

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