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It was songs of joy and dance at the home of the best female candidate in this year's Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations. Risper Chemutai Kirui of Mt St Mary Girls Primary School scooped 434 marks to emerge the best girl in the country and third overall. She was also the best girl in the vast Rift Valley Province. Villagers of Chesimwot in Londiani Division of Kipkelion District joined the family to congratulate the girl.
Chemutai, 14, wants to become a neurosurgeon when she finishes her university education. Her education suffered several setbacks when she was displaced from her school during the post-election violence in 2008 and she dropped out for two terms while in Standard Seven.
And the second top KCPE candidate this year did not sleep the night prior the day the minister for education announced the exam results. Rabin Isaac Oonge was restless and kept disturbing his …