Morara Chrispo Oseko wants to be a doctor after scoring 413 in KCPE!
Morara Chrispo Oseko, a 13-year-old boy from Tasia community in Nairobi, scored an amazing 413 marks in the 2020 KCPE, making him one of the very top performing pupils in the whole country.
Chrispo studied at Bridge Kenya for 5 years and says that the teaching at Bridge and the dedication of the teachers transformed him into a better pupil since he joined the school.
“I’m so proud to be among the top pupils in the country. My school and my teachers made me believe that I can achieve my dreams if I study hard and now, I can see that it is true. I know this is just the beginning and I can go on and perform well in secondary school.”
Chrispo hopes his wonderful KCPE result will help him towards his dream of becoming a doctor. He says he studied hard throughout the school year, even when the schools were closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Chrispo used the free Bridge@home learning materials to continue learning at home and says he is grateful that the learning materials kept him engaged, and helped him prepare for the KCPE exams.
Chrispo lives with his dad and mum. His mum runs a shop in their community. He walked to school every day, which was not far from his home. His younger brother also schools at Bridge Kenya. At his school, Chrispo was a class prefect, a responsibility he says developed his leadership skills. His favourite subject is mathematics, an important one for a future doctor.