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Celebration Rocks Prophet Owuor’s Holiness Ministry After Student Healed of Leprosy Scores 359 Marks

by Paul Nyongesa
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Immediately following the announcement of the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results on Thursday by Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu, jubilation swept through the congregation of Prophet David Owuor’s Holiness and Repentance Ministry.

The cause for celebration was Sharlen Chepkurui, who excelled with flying colors in the exams.

Notably, Sharlen overcame tremendous challenges, including battling a severe bout of deadly leprosy, which had initially hindered her from pursuing education due to the associated sickness.

Despite facing these adversities, Sharlen’s outstanding academic achievement became a source of joy and inspiration within the community when it was confirmed that she scored 359 marks out of the 500, a result that not only reflected her resilience but also highlighted her determination to overcome significant challenges in her pursuit of education.

The girl, who had suffered from leprosy since her childhood days, experienced healing when she attended a ministry event organized by Prophet Owuor in Kakamega in 2013.

“It’s a big celebration here; our own Sharleen has been healed through the intervention of the mightiest prophet of the Lord. She couldn’t attend school, but we just say it’s the glory of the Lord,” expressed one of Owuor’s congregants.

In yesterday’s results, the top learner in the 2023 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), Michael Warutere scored 428 marks.

1,406,557 million candidates sat the 2023 national examination.

Some 8,525 (0.60 percent) candidates managed to score between 400 and 500 marks while 352,782 (24.29 percent) candidates scored between 300 and 399 marks.

Students who scored between 200 and 299 marks were 658,278 representing 48.49 percent while those who got between 100 and 199 were 383,025, accounting for 27.07 percent.

Those who scored between 001 and 099 were 2,060 candidates accounting for 0.15 percent.

Out of the 1.4 million candidates who sat the examination, only two were involved in examination malpractices.



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