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"Give Teachers Enough Time," Reactions Emerges After Magoha Decleares KCSE Results' Release Date

Kenyans have reacted after the education cabinet secretary professor George Magoha decleared the exact date of releasing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results. 

Speaking Today Wednesday at Nairobi school where he went to oversaw the completion of KCSE exam, CS Magoha said that the process of marking the exams will go on smoothly and shall be completed in time. Magoha congratulated the 752,891 Students who sat for KCSE exam. 

According to Magoha, some examination irregularities were attempted but thwarted in time. Magoha affirmed that by 10th of March 2021, the KCSE Results shall be out. However, Kenyans have reacted to Magoha for the period assigned in marking and processing of exam results.

According to Kenyans, Teachers should be given enough time to mark exams and analysis the results effectively. Others taking on social media expressed mixed reactions against education CS prof Magoha as shown below;

The Don: " He hasn't addressed the issue of Students sleeping at Uhuru park"

Richie: " Give teachers enough time to go through the scripts especially for kids that have a complicated handwriting. Fairness is the keyword."

Mulembe Nation Facts: " If we could improve school structure with this speed though.

Arthur: Your right. He's brought too much of his character into this role. It's making his less efficient,accountable and out of touch with popular sentiment."

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