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Meet the Man Convicted for 30 years and scored 403 marks in his KCPE exams



Solomon Ngatia, a convict serving 30 years’ jail term at Nakuru GK Prisons, scored 403 marks in the just released Kenya Certificate of Primary Education ( KCPE) results.

The 37-year old-man, was convicted in 2012 for attempted murder charge, where he explained he was a class 7 dropout.

Solomon Ngatia a convict serving 30 years jail term scored 403 marks in the KCPE exams. [Kipsang Joseph]

A report by KTN news, narrates his excitement on receiving the KCPE results where he stated;

“I am happy, this however, is beyond my expectation, despite the condition here I emerged the best.”

The convict said teachers at the facility contributed a lot towards his success. He explained that he wanted to pursue secondary education in order to achieve his dream of becoming a doctor.

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In other news, Shock and grief has engulfed Gatitu village in Kandara Sub County after a top performing KCPE candidate passed away under mysterious circumstances.

Best of Luck Solomon.

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