Case of cheating in the ongoing Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education have been reported. Most of these cases have been of supervisors opening the papers before the exact time of the examination and sending the papers to students of universities through different platforms.
Earlier today the Director of Criminal Investigation have confirmed the arrest of the principal of ABC Kiseveni Secondary School ,Betta Mutuku after it was discovered that yesterday he posted a mathematics paper that was to be done today in her status.
This is against the examination rules and regulations and the principal is going to face the consequences of trying to cheat in the national examination.
The Cabinet Secretary for Education, George Magoha have warned parents and candidate's to avoid buying papers from people who claim to be in possession of the examination because the examination has not leaked.
Candidates are urged to revise adequately for the papers before they sit for them so that they can flee away from the temptations of being involved in exam cheating.
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