KCSE 2022: Kenyans Eagerly Await Celebrated Rapper Trio Mio’s Results
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Mahogu has released the results of the 2022 Kenya Secondary Education Certificate (KCSE) exams.
Results of the KCSE Mio Trio
CS released the results at the headquarters of the National Examination Board of Kenya (KNEC) on the Dennis Pritt road in Nairobi.
A total of 884,263 candidates met for 2022. KCSE Exams. Of these, 405,962 were men while 420,845 were women.
The trio were trending on Twitter on while Now, as Kenyans are looking forward to finding out what the artist scored on the exams.
Here are some of the comments:
“Today, KOT has the Mio Trio on mind. This guy is going to be trending today.”
“Everyone is waiting for the results of the KCSE Mio Trio. Talent is greater than KCSE for kiddo.”
“KCSE will be released today. What do you think will score the Mio Trio?”
“So the struggling graduate is sitting somewhere with the phone with a Lip pole, waiting to troll the Mio Trio if he fails his KCSE exams.”
“Feeling Tense with the Mio Trio and 99 Others Courtesy of KCSE Results”.
“Twitter user Mjengo awaits Trio Mio KCSE results”.
Trio Moi is not concerned about the results of KCSE
A few days ago, the rapper released a freestyle, noting that he without losing sleep over the results.
“Ka topic ni success niko na A kwa school of life, ile KNEC watanipea haitawai define food ya mine( If the topic is a success that I have gained A in life, then the KNEC assessment will not determine my fate)”.
The trio noted that those who ridiculed him received poor grades.
“Nyi wote mngekuwa na A mngekuwa ma (If all of you scored A, you would be) civil engineer, mnapigania kuget position mtoi wa mkuu anaorganiziwa (You are fighting for the positions with which the children of wealthy people were associated)”.