The male secondary students aged 17 and 20, are from Brother Nicholas, a private school inside Busia while the third suspect, Oscar Karoli is a Fourth Year Security Management and Policing understudy at Kenya University.
They were found possessing cell phones that supposedly contained inquiries and answers to English Paper 3 and Chemistry Paper 2, as per Busia Sub-County DCI Bernard Wamalwa.
As per the police, a head boy at the school recognized the two students utilizing their cell phones and alarmed the school executives on Tuesday. The telephones were recuperated from the students.
Police dispatched an investigation concerning the matter and managed to capture Karoli, who had provided the two students with the examination material. The arrest was made on Wednesday evening as per Mr Wamalwa.
Karoli's telephone was seized and found to contain material similar to what the students had.
Further investigation uncovered Karoli got the purportedly leaked KCSE papers from a headteacher of a nearby private school in Busia.
The fourth suspect is nowhere to be found while the three expected to be summoned in court to answer charges of as exam irregularities.
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