KCSE 2020: Boni Khalwale's Son Posts Excellent Results

Khalwale praised his son, Engine Kukaste Khalwale from Alliance High School for scoring a mean grade of B+.

KCSE 2020: Boni Khalwale's Son Posts Excellent Results

Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale took to social media to congratulate his son on Monday, May 10, after he posted exemplary results in KCSE 2020. 

Khalwale praised his son, Engine Kukaste Khalwale from Alliance High School for scoring a mean grade of B+.

"Once again our merciful God has heard our prayers. We thank Him together with the entire Alliance High School family," he stated.

The Alliance High school student scored highly in the following subjects: English B, Kiswahili B, Maths B-, Biology B, Physics B+, Chemistry B and Computer Studies A.

Khalwale traditionally posts the results of his children, a feat he hasn't stopped over the past years of the release of the exams.

The politician had a monumental three years as he had at least one child sitting for the National exams from 2016 to 2019.

In 2014, his daughter, Linda Khalwale, was among the top candidates with 428 marks in KCPE.

In 2016, the former senator celebrated Engine's KCPE performance after he scored 400 marks.  

In 2017, he publicly congratulated his daughter Flava and son Steve for scoring 407 and 406 marks respectively in KCPE.

In 2018, Khalwale celebrated his daughter Olivia Sabayi for excellent performance while in 2019, he congratulated his daughter Gift Atubukha Khalwale for getting 396 marks.

In the recent KCPE 2020 results, Khalwale was forced to congratulate the country's best student Faith Mumo, after Kenyans online noted that he broke the trend by not posting any of his children.

"Due to public demand, I take this early opportunity to congratulate our 2020 KCPE graduates for making their teachers and parents proud. I wish all of you a great future," Khalwale said.

Simiyu Robinson Wanjala from Murang'a High School emerged as the top student in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams 2020 with 87.33

Wanjala completed a possible revenge mission for the boychild who was beaten to the top in the KCPE 2020 examinations whose results were announced last month.

747,161 sat for the exams, 366,834 females and 380,327 male, representing 49.10 percent and 50.90 percent of the total candidature respectively.