Professor Magoha the cabinet secretary ministry of education has put all hands on the administration of this year national Examinations.From the just concluded KCPE examination and now the KCSE Examination which kicked off today there has been started with alot of inspection to see that everything runs smoothly and as planned.
The cabinet secretaries and other senior education officials were on the ground opening containers in various regions and putting alot of emphasis on following all the precautions appertaining Examination practices.
On this first day of KCSE Examination professor officiated the opening of the exam containers in Migori county and distributed the Examination papers to centre manager. He later on traversed the county to acertain whether exam administration was done to the letter. One of his policy practice has been that all Kenyan students should be given chance to sit for the national Examination.
He made an impromptu visit to a village in Nyatike to find out about a missing girl who was not seating for her exams in St Paul's Ageng'a mixed secondary School.he wanted to find out the where about of this girl only to be told she had gone to visit her relatives.
This clearly shows the seriousness he has but to the policies furthered by the ministry of education.
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