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After A Form Four Student of Moi Kapcherop Girls’ Secondary School in Elgeyo-Marakwet County was arrested alongside three of her schoolmates for alleged exam misconduct, a police officer who was Manning the exam centre has stated that, "the student’s unbecoming behaviour had resulted to increased police reinforcement."
Moreover, A mass search in the dormitories yielded several mobile phones and other materials used in exam malpractice.
According to the County Commissioner of Elgeyo-Marakwet Doctor Omar Ahmed, "the four girls are set to write their remaining exams under the custody of police officers.
While The arrested exam officials were replaced by a new team, a further investigation is set to be conducted in order to ascertain whether the principal, supervisor, and invigilators were in cohort with the students to engage in exam malpractice.
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