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A girl from Kanginga Oasis Academy at Mwingi has emerged number one  in Kitui County KCPE examination with 432 marks, driven by an aim of becoming a neurosurgeon one day .
Millicent Wanza, a 14 years old daughter of a single mother from Katelembu in Machakos town is the best student with; 92 marks in English, 95 in Kiswahili, 85 in maths, 82 in social studies, and 78 in science.
Millicent Wanza, the girl from Kanginga Oasis Academy who topped KCPE exams in Kitui with 432 Marks.
Wanza said that its hard work and the fear of God that has made her to emerge victorious, which gave her hope of achieving her long time dream of becoming a doctor one day. 
Unlike some doctors in Kenya whose main aim is greed for wealth, Millicent's ambitions of becoming a doctor is led by passion.
She wants to become a doctor so that she may help the sick and the needy in the society in future.
“I thank God for having brought me this far. I’ve been working hard day and night in order to one day join my favourite school which is Alliance Girls High school and later become a doctor which has been my passion since I was born,” Said Wanza filled with joy.
Her mother Esther Mwende thanked the school administration for doing their best to ensure that the level of education in the school goes high and for supporting her daughter to realize her best potential.
“My girl has really done me proud today; the school administration has been so good in supporting her. Thanks a lot for doing your best,” said Esther Mwende.
The school which managed a mean score of 354 marks this year, also had four other pupils getting 400 marks and above.
Precious Moments Academy from Nguni in Mwingi East Sub County is the school which managed to produce many students with above 400 marks in the whole of Mwingi, with 12 pupils having passed the mark.
Edinah Mwende, the pupil at Precious Moments Academy in Mwingi with 424 Marks
The top student in the school was Edina Mwende who got 424 marks.
Mwende said that she put maximum efforts in school so as to get a chance at Kenya High School to enable her become a pilot one day.
“I was aiming at getting 410 marks, and its better now I managed to get 424 which will enable me to join Kenya High which is my school of choice, when I grow up I want to be a pilot.” Said Mwende
Kelvin Mumo, the top pupil at Muthaiga Academy in Mwingi who acquired 424 Marks
Kelvin Mumo, a boy from Muthaiga Academy managed to get 424 marks as well, with three other pupils acquiring more than 400 marks.
“I want to join Moi Forces Academy now that I’ve got goon marks, in future I want become a software engineer,” Said Kelvin Mumo.

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