KCSE commerced yesterday and in the president's speech yesterday after Suspending physical learning he only allowed the medical students and the ones who are doing national exams to continue.
In Nandi County a 56-year-old man was arrested after having sat the Kenya Certificate of Secondary School Exams (KCSE) on behalf of another candidate which is not allowed.
The man identified as Geoffrey Rono sat to do the exam on behalf of the candidate Cleophas Kavulavu at Ndurio Secondary School which is against the exam regulations, The police reports said so.D
The DeputyCommissioner of Nandi County, John Tanui has confirmed the incident adding that the 56-year-old had already sat for the first paper which was English paper 1.
The Commissioner continued saying that the man was arrested while preparing for another exam and before that they had to wait for him to bring his ID Card from home and that was when they found out he was impersonating a candidate.
What do you think made this man to sit for the exam on behalf of another candidate?
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