KCSE Candidate Violently Reacts With Anger After She Was Caught With Mwakenya During Exams.
A KCSE candidate at Moi Kapcherop Girls’ Secondary School in Elgeyo-Marakwet County has been arrested after she was found off guard with a Mwakenya by a police officer during exams and she violently reacted.
She was also arrested alongside her three other schoolmates of hers who were allegedly involved in cheating.
This happened during the CRE paper yesterday and the it's said that the students fried to attack the police officer
The school principal and the exam supervisor and invigilators were also arrested during the incident that happened yesterday at the school and it's said that several other items were confiscated During a search in the dormitories where phones and several Mwakenya's were found.
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