Three Suspects, among them; two candidates from Brither Nicholas Secondary School were today cgarged over attempted exam irregularities.
The three who appeared before the Busia Principal Magistrate, Partick Olengo denied the charges and were freed on bond worth Ksh. 200,000 each.
The two candidates were ordered to stay in the police custody as they do their exams until the time when they would have paid for the bond.
Earlier today, 15 suspects, among them a Kericho businessman and a Busia university Student and 8 candidates were arrested over attempted exam cheating.
The eight students were arrested for bring in possession with mobile phones at school, while the two (Busia student and businessman) were got in possession of fake exam papers, which they were planning to distribute out.
Education CS revealed the incident, while strongly assuring Kenyans that there’s no cases of exam cheating recorded so far.
Education CS, Prof George Magoha while addressing on Exam cheating allegations. PHOTO|OPERANEWS
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