PLO Lumumba took to Facebook to express his dismay over the KCSE exams leakage. He noted that, unlike other countries Kenyan exams have always been marred by ruckus, commotions and all sorts of kerfuffles. He has requested the Ministry of Education to allow examination to run the exercise.
"Examinations in most Countries are conducted in a quiet atmosphere but in Kenya we have a penchant for unnecessary brouhaha. Let the Ministry of Education allow the Examination Council to run the exercise."
Rumours have been making rounds on social media that some schools have the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam leakage, something that has caused online uproar.
However, the Ministry of Education recently dispelled these rumours adding that any student who will caught cheating in exams will face the law.
Speaking in Kibra, Principal Secretary in the State Department for Early Learning and Basic Education Juluis Ouma affirmed Kenyans that there will be no any form of cheating and they should disregard any reports.
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