The ministry of education led by the cabinet secretary Ezekiel Machogu while releasing the KCSE results yesterday denied claims of exam leakages that might have led to cheating. However kenyans on social media have gone ahead to gang up against the results released alleging that there was massive cheating despite CS Machogu clearing the air.
According to the tweets on the social media from various blogs and media, kenyans have alleged that those celebrating results let them do so but something is not adding up, Mwalimu Dida on his account said that he's gone through the results of Maseno school, Kisii school, Kakamega school, Kapsabet, Alliance and compared them with the results of those schools in Kisii region and thus alleges that there was massive cheating that took place.
At the same time Daniel Nyagwara also alleged cheating in KCSE 2022 exams saying the teenagers were given what they don't deserve and this will create a disaster in future, Abuga Makori has also alleged that almost 70% of the KCSE 2022 results are not genuine giving an exception of Nyambaria high since it has been consistent for the few years.
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