A school principal identified as Betta mutuku has been arrested over allegations of posting a mathematics paper that was to be done today, Tuesday,before the stipulated time for the examination. The named madam principals of Kiseveni Secondary School has found herself on the bad side of examination rules in Kenya by posting the said paper.
Police officers stormed the school shortly before the exams began and arrested Madam Mutuku for posting exam paper against the law. The officers led by Machakos DCIO Rhodah Kanyi arrested the principal and took her to a police station for questioning.
Madam Mutuku allegedly posted that mathematics paper on her WhatsApp status on Monday evening to enable her students access the paper for revision before the actual day for the paper which was today Tuesday morning.
The cases of cheating on National examinations is being taken seriously in Kenya led by the Minister for education Professor Magoha which he clearly states that those found violating this rule will be highly punished by facing the law. It is advisable therefore for all teachers and students to be careful and avoid cheating during this examination period.
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