There was a drama at Kapcherop Girls' High School in Elgeyo Marakwet where a Form Four student was arrested along with three classmates on suspicion of exam fraud.
It is alleged that the student tried to attack a police officer who found her with (Mwakenya) during CRE Paper 2 exam.
The officer had to call for reinforcement in order to contain the situation.
Three other students found with (Mwakenya), Principal, invigilators and Supervisor were arrested.
A massive search was conducted in dormitories where several phones were found.
According to Elgeyo-Marakwet County Commissioner, Dr. Omar Ahmed, the arrested students will take the remaining exams in custody.
"We are investigating whether the principal, supervisor and invigilators colluded with the students to engage in exam cheating," Ahmed said.
The arrested exam administrators were replaced by new officers.
Ahmed has warned exam administration officials who plan to allow cheating on exams that they will be caught by the long arm of the government.
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