Maseno School has made a dramatic comeback to top the charts producing the second best candidate in this year’s Form Four Examinations.
Master Kaluna James was the second best candidate with a grade of 87.394 points.
One of the country’s oldest secondary schools, having been started in 1906, Maseno had five candidates among the top 100 candidates.
Besides Kaluma, the other A graders in the top were Humphrey Rasugu who was placed fifth with 87.281 points, Ochieng Joshua position 19 with 86.899 points and Gideon Kiplangat Siele, position 40 with 85.961 points and Byrone Omondi with 85.89.
Following closely from the region is Maranda High School, which made a strong showing with six candidates among the top 100.
Maranda’s top candidate was Onyando Roy Allan Ochieng, who had grade A of 87.101 points and ranked in position 10. Also excelling at Maranda were Martine Onyanga Ombaga who was placed in position 45, Otieno Eugine Mboya (50), Olela Sheldon Trevor (64), Okoyo Zaddy Trevor (71), Saidimu Lesalunga (79)
The other best performers in Nyanza region were Otieno Teddy Allan Odhiambo of St Joseph’s Rapogi of Migori County, who was ranked in position 22, Okomba Matayo Mugoma position 90, Odumbe Lucky Willis Mwabi of Orero Secondary, Homa Bay, position 84 and Okoth Philip Oluoch of Kisumu Boys High School, who was ranked 98th.
Conspicuously missing from the Nyanza region’s list were girls schools. They did not post candidates among the 100.