Francent Nduku Rambui has excited parents and Teachers after beating her target to garner 425 marks in the ended 2020 K.C.P.E exam.
The aspiring Pilot from Tabaka Girls in South Mugirango is suspected second across Kisii after a 426 marks student from Mosocho.
The 13-year-old girl who hails from Kenyenya village in Bomachoge remained with only 7 marks to clear Kiswahili paper.
She emerged as the best student in her school of 176 candidates where 13 scored above 400 marks.
Speaking to the Daily Clock on Tuesday, Francent tasked president Uhuru Kenyatta to open schools so that she can join form one.
“This was above my target. I am proud. Dear Mr. President Am eager to join form one, please open up schools. I want to study hard and become a pilot,” Excited Francent said.
Despite studying from home for over 9 months, Francent said she exactly knew her target and the pandemic could not hinder her dream.
“I could study at home just like in class. Yes we were out of school for long but I knew this was not an excuse not to pursue my target,” She said.
Stella Mbinya a teacher said her second-born daughter surprised her. The performance was above her expectation.
“This was a surprise to me. I thank God for everything. She performed well and I will make sure I heed her dream. We ask the president to consider opening schools. Our girls are at a high risk out here especially teenagers. I believe they could be safer in schools,” She said.
She added, “Two weeks to the exam she fell ill and I became a worried Mother but we encouraged her that she will make it. As parents Corona bothered us but the effort she put paid,”
Francis Rambui her father and a banker said the determined daughter had set 420 as a target but surprisingly she added 5 more marks.
“She had set a target of 420 marks but I was surprised she made it to 425. I am happy. She has made me a proud father and I will support her to achieve her dream,” He said.