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(From The Nation (Kenya) - AAGM)
Byline: Fred Mukinda
One family in Kenya is not sharing in the celebrations that have erupted for those who performed well in last year's Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination.
Instead, the results, released on Wednesday by Education minister George Saitoti, have only rekindled sad memories for the family of Mr Pamphil Mawora Mwasheghwa.
His daughter, Ms Christine Samba Mwasheghwa, was among the candidates who sat for the examination in November last year at Loreto High School Limuru and attained the enviable grade of B+.
The school was among those that made a dramatic comeback to the top after years of steady decline, having risen to position five in the national ranking.
This time round, it produced some of the best performers in the country, among them Christine, whose results would have guaranteed her a place in a university to …