It is now three months from the time the KCSE and KCPE examinations were conducted, invigilated, supervised, marked and results were released by the cabinet secretary Of Education Professor George Magoha. However, teachers(examiners) continue to send their grievances concerning their payments of allowances through union representatives but all has been in vain. The Kenya national examination council has not communicated even a single word to these teachers who sacrificed their time and energy to mark the exam and meet the set deadline!
It is sad to note that examiners were given ksh 10,000 as allowances while the rest was withheld by the council. Teachers were forced to sign the documents and clear from the marking centers hurriedly expecting payments to be done within a month. Unfortunately, KNEC body seems not to care about these teacher's sentiments.
The cabinet secretary of Education Professor George Magoha should investigate the filthy games that are taking please in KNEC or else next year examination will be paralyzed.
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