A respected school principal was on Wednesday evening caught red-handed harvesting a schoolgirl, who had just completed her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams and according to media reports, Chebotoi Secondary School Principal, Mr. Leonard Baraza, was nabbed harvesting his student following a tip off from area residents.
He allegedly lured the girl to his house in Kuresoi South, Nakuru County before engaging her in the vice as Mr. Leonard baraza ,the principal Chebotoi Secondary School, was seen by some neighbouring residents with the girl.
Kiptangich Location chief Wyclife confirmed the incident. The form four student ,who is said to be 21 years which is yet to be confirmed from the birth certificate, she told the police that she went to the principals house after completing her KCSE exam yesterday evening at the same time Five people among them, students and teachers were Thursday arrested on suspicion of exam cheating at examination centre identified as Rarieda Secondary school in Siaya County.
Rarieda area Police officers accompanied by Ministry of Education officials conducted a raid at the school initially known as Rarieda Secondary school Examination Center at Aram Area in West Asembo Constituency and arrested two impersonators, the owner of the school and two others suspected to have been engaging in malpractices
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