NTV news anchor Larry Madowo has made public the grade he scored in his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations.

In an article titled “So you got an A in KCSE? Big deal! It has lost meaning today”, appearing on his Front Row column on the Daily Nation, Larry says that the top grade has lost its meaning beacuse of  widespread cheating the exminations.

He goes on give an example of himself and how his ‘poor’ grade did not stop him from becoming who he is today.

“I left high school with a B minus, the final sentence after four years of massive potential but hardly any focus. I was dead set against repeating, so I had to make the best of it and I would like to think I did,” his opinion piece reads in part.