If you frequently visit social media and follow up updates in Ministry of Education. You have come across Ezekiel Mochagu at some point. He is a new cabinet secretary for education who preceded former Minister Professor George Magoha who chaired the cabinet from 2019 to 2022. Mochagu has been seen as very determined and hardworking to his ministerial work.
Today's being the start of Kenya certificate of primary education examination , the cabinet secretary for education has urged all the candidates to be credible in their work. The cabinet secretary as assured kenyans that there will be no cheating in this Year's examination simply because the strategies being employed in regarding the examination regulations.
He said that the ministry is presenting a credible exams where the integrity will not be compromised and there will be no cheating in this year's exam.
Watch the video of cabinet secretary speaking as the exam set to start today through the link below.
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