Cs for Education,prof.George Magoha has announced that the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education ,KCSE,Exams are likely to be released in the next four weeks.
Speaking yesterday,Prof.Magoha,said that the exams will be announce later on Wednesday,April 2021 later after the marking process are completed.
Pro.Magoha said that the teachers who are the age of 58 years and above who will be marking the exams will be given the Covid-19 vaccine to protect them against the deadly corona Viruses.
At the same time,Cs Magoha,reiterated that the security and the invigilators who involved in the cheating of the exams must be punished.
'' I want to say those culprits who leaked the exams will face the harshly punishment'',said Cs Magoha.
However,Cs Magoha cited that the students who were found cheating in the exams will be forgiven and receive their result but will be deducted.
Before the exams started ,Prof Magoha stated that the administration and the marking will be done with a lot of humanity.
The examinations were came barely after school calender was interrrupted last year by the long closure occasioned by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The closure of the schools saw many learners dropped out of the schools and missed the exams.
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