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Rougue Teacher And KCSE Female Candidate Arrested After Police Busted Them In A Rented House

Teachers are now on holiday following the closure of schools to pave way for national exams administered by the Kenya National Examinations Council. The class pupils began their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations yesterday and are planned to finish tomorrow Wednesday 24 March. The examination council contracted a number of teachers to work as centre managers, supervisors and invigilators in the ongoing tests. The KCSE candidates are doing their final touches ahead of the rehearsals on Friday. Their papers are set to officially commence on Monday next week. While others are busy buried in books, some have taken the advantage of the absence of the teachers in their classrooms to engage in deviant activities or even sneaking out of school for some escapades.

A similar scenario has been reported in Kathonzweni, Makueni County after a teacher was caught rwd handed chewing a student. The area leader acting on a tip off from residents of Kyase market called the police and directed them to the teacher's rented house. The officers busted the teacher identified as Kevin Otieno in the act with a student of Kyase Secondary School. Kevin had locked himself in with the 22 year old student and on police arrival hid under the bed naked with a condom still on. The police also found a bag belonging to the candidate containing books,uniform and toiletries. The two were arrested and taken to Kithuki Health Centre for medical examination before police prefer charges on him.

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