CS Education Ezekiel Machogu has warned KCPE and KPSEA Candidates who are beginning their exams today against cheating in exams. According to the Cabinet Secretary, the integrity of the exams will not be compromised for whoever who will be caught will be punished seriously.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1597073641484603392?s=20&t=7w-nc--Oc2m60zwC5ANDrA
CS Machogu wants the exams to be credible and professional because it's the life of the kids. It's clear to the Cabinet Secretary that those who will be caught aiding cheating in exams will face the law because it's unacceptable.
CS Machogu is determined to ensure that the kids in school get to test their capabilities and capacity. It's a fact that issues around the examination is important because it determines those who move from one level into another.
It's expected that the government will use all means possible to ensure cheating doesn't happen in schools. Kenyans are however waiting to know of whether CBC will succeed because today begins it's implementation and effectiveness.
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