Candidates have been left their mouths agape after receiving this horrifying news.The Education Cs Machogu has announced that 252 students unluckily got zeros in their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education. The Students are from 9 centres .This news has shocked many Kenyans and the specific students in particular.
The Education Cs.mentioned the aspect of cheating during examination period as a major course of these students having such funny marks.The Educationist also added that this approach will ensure that cheating in examinations ceases. These students will be secured a chance in secondary school to join and continue with their studies as directed by the education Cs.
The students will get zeros in the subjects that were affected. Education Cs. reiterated so that this students get chances to join secondary school. He has however warned students from cheating in exams as outcomes might nit be good.Kenyans are left their mouths wide open after the newly appointed Cabinet Secretary approach to curb theft cases in examinations.
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