Jun 15, 2021

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Allan Wasonga: Meet Determined Best Student who Studied in Toilet for Exam to Allow His Mum to Sleep

– Allan Wasonga, student at Agoro Sare High School, achieved an A (normal) of 87.173 points

– Wasonga announced that his concentration was high at night and that his mother would complain about the lights when he woke up to study.

– The A wise man said he had sleepless nights when schools resumed to catch up with his classmates.

Wasonga Allan Udoma was announced as the second best student at national level The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2020 exam.

The Agoro Sare High School student, who scored an A (normal) of 87.173, remembered passing Wasonga speaking on the toilet so his mother could sleep.

Speaking to Citizen TV on Monday May 10th, he announced that his concentration was high at night and his mother would complain of the lights when he woke up

“My mother wanted to sleep, she complained about the light and my concentration is high at night. So I just went to the bathroom, turned on the light and read there sometimes,” said Wasonga.

Online lessons

When schools were closed In March 2020, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Education asked learning institutions to introduce online courses .

However, Wesonga said he could not attend most of the

So the wise man said he had to spend sleepless nights when schools resume to catch up with his fellow learners.

He said he had to read until 1.30am and sometimes read standing up in the dormitory until 3.30am to fall asleep and only sleep 30 minutes before waking up to the normal school program.

The champion said he would like to do medicine and specialize in neurosurgery.

< blockquote> “I want to do medicine and surgery and then I can specialize in neurosurgery. Wherever i ch do it, even if it is abroad, my services are offered here “, confirmed Wesonga.

In the KCSE results published by Education Cabinet Secretary Simiyu Robinson Wanjala, Murang’a High School was named the best student with an A (Plain) of 87.33 .

Wanjala said that although he expected good results, it never occurred to him that he could be the best student.

In an interview with TV47 on Monday May 10th, he said it was a surprise to come out as the best student, but he was still overjoyed to have reached such a milestone.