Three teachers and a police officer arrested today in Wote, Makueni County, will be held until Monday by police for reputedly being involved in exam anomalies in the county.
As per Makueni County Police Commander Joseph Ole Napeiyan, the three were apprehended after authorities discovered a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam leaked paper that is said to have been originated from their school, Ngungi Secondary School in Kalawa, Mbooni East Sub-County.
Justus Wakanyumu (the head of school), the center supervisor, Mr Kennedy Odhiambo Akongo, an invigilator, and a security officer quartered at the school were all apprehended.
The police chief disclosed that, using a multi-agency technique, police were able to perform a hunt within the school and recovered a paper copy of the authentic examination paper as well as a phone.
Additionally, cops backed by education officials seized phones from kitchen staff, an invigilator, a security officer guarding the center, and the center administrator.
The Police Commander stated that the phones are being analyzed in order to identify the primary source of the exam paper that was confirmed to have gotten attention on Thursday morning.
Detectives are also investigating possibilities that the Kiswahili Paper was photocopied and copies scanned at a cyber within Wote market.
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