Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua has send a steroid warning to anyone who will be found practising examination irregularities from November 28 when three examinations will be kicking off all over the country.
Speaking via Star Kenya, Gachagua has opined that culprits of examination cheating will be dealt with decisively alleging that every student deserve his own marks.
His remarks comes off as Grade six pupils, Standard eight people pupils in primary Schools as well as Form fours in secondary Schools are waiting for the big day to showcase what they have been learning.
" culprits of examination leakage will be dealt with decisively", he revealed warning at those who will interfere with Grade six assessment for the Competency Based Curriculum, the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education.
Furthermore, he urged Kenyan teachers to be contented with their salaries citing that need to earn more normally contribute to examination irregularities which they won't tolerate.
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