It is now one day since Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha released the Kenya Certificate Of Primary Education results.The performance of the 1,179,192 candidates who sat for the examination was indeed impressive and has shown no notable difference from the previous years.
The CS consequently commended the teachers who put in dedication and hard work to prepare the candidates for the examinations amid the most difficult circumstances ever seen in the country. Lucky are the candidates as CS George Magoha assured the country that the Ministry had already conducted an audit of all new and existing vacancies in all private and public schools to enable them to admit all learners under the Free Day Secondary Education Programme.
In addition to that, CS Magoha also confirmed that the Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education would be marked within 4 weeks from yesterday. He also stated that all security measures are in place ahead of the marking process. Lastly, Magoha assured that no student would miss results even those culpable of cheating in the exam. KCSE examination is still ongoing till the following week.
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