The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education is set to start on Monday 22/03/2021. Unlike previous years, this year examinations will be done on March. This came as a result of the covid 19 disease that lead to closure of schools for nine months.
The candidates who were to sit for their final examinations were forced to shift to this year. All in all we wish them best of luck. The Ministry of education is much concerned about the examination. That is why, the cabinet secretary for education sends a seriously warning to students ahead of the national examinations.
Following the recent report released through Citizen TV, the Education Cabinet Secretary professor George Magoha warns students against using face masks to cheat in examinations. Professor Magoha has said that the masks will be checked first before starting exams. According to professor Magoha, this will help in preventing irregularities in examinations.
Professor Magoha's warning is so crucial and students are asked to adhere to it. This will help them perform well, and avoid troubles in their results. The supervisors, Invigilators and centre managers are advised to maintain smooth running of examinations.
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