The Kenya certificate of secondary exams kicked off on 26th March and are ongoing until 21st this month of April when they will be terminated.
Unlike the past three years since interior cabinet secretary Fred Okeng'o Matiangi brought back sanity in the national exams, this year reports have emerged that the exams are leaking as a result of incompetent examination officials.
Putting into consideration that exam leaking will make many candidates pass highly and if the current university entry grade will be static the few universities in the country will be outnumbered by the many qualifiants therefore if the leaking will not be controlled hardworking and honest students will be dimerited.
It is high time the Kenya national examination council should intervene and control the reported examinations malpractices to avoid future incompetent employees and also to avoid disadvantaging hard working students.
We wish the candidates all the best out of their hard-worked for exams. Read, share and comment on this article, Thank you (vision).
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