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Since the onset of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education(KCSE) examinations, shocking incidences have been frequently making the headlines mostly involving the candidates.
Today, another shocking incident has occurred which has raised the concern of many Kenyans. A candidate at Kariguini Mixed Secondary School has caused a dramatic incident after a confrontation with a police.
It was at this time when the student refused to be inspected and to wear a face mask. The student's action attracted the attention of police officers in patrol.
The officer tried to intercede but the student physically confronted her, shouting abusive words which interrupted the inspection exercise.
As the other police officers decided to step in, the student ran out of the exam room picked a stone, and hit the windscreen of the police Landcruiser, and disappeared into the neighborhood missing the examination.
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