A little known village public school Bumadeya Primary from Bunyala Sub County is shining in glory after producing two candidates out of 10 in the county in the just released KCPE exams.
Odwaro Emmanuel, the son to Bukani assistant Chief Martin Odwaro scored 416 marks to emerge fifth overall in the county with his classmate Nawade Tom Patrick getting 414 marks to lift their school as the future looks bright for the young duo.
Bunyala produced a third candidate, John Sande from Mundika “B” Primary who also got 416 marks like Odwaro.
The tentative rankings released by the County Director of Education Thaddeus Awuor on Monday 19th April, 2021 saw Teso South produce
two candidates with Nambale, Butula and Samia completing the top slots with one candidate each. Teso North had no candidate among the top 10.
Others who tied on 419 included obwogo Larry Ushindi of Busire Primary in Butula Sub County, Okoyo Terry Pheope of St. Joseph’s Girls Busia and Mohammed A. Yahaya of Busia Hills Academy.
Johary Oren Treasure of Victory Junior Academy in Teso South was also ranked among top four with 419 marks. He was followed by Robinson Ochieng from the same school with 413 marks.
Kakai Metrine Nasimiyu of St James Model Academy Nambale scored 414 points to take eighth position.
Other top performers from Teso South included Munyanya Cyril Jesse of Busia Ebenezer Academy with 414 marks. Were Fidel Casirofrom Nagina Mixed in Samia scored 415 marks.
The only girl who salvaged Teso North reputation by being among top 10 was Debolah Naliaka from Kolanya Girls Primary who scored 408 marks to emerge among top 10 in the girls category. She was ahead of Adala Jane D.F of Kotur Primary in Teso South who scored 407 marks.