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70 KCSE Students to Face Prosecution After Exams, Government Reverses Their Punishment

The ongoing KCSE exams have been successfully administered with a few cases of suspected cheatings from the students.Some students have ended up doing the exams under police watch in the cells after going against the set exam regulations.Some teachers too have been unlucky after being apprehended for aiding cheatings in schools by opening the exam papers in advance before the stipulated starting time.

The government is keen to ensure that every candidate gets what he or she deserves in the ongoing examination.This has seen some rogue students get arrested after trying to interfere with the peaceful administration of the exams within different centers.Last week,a student in Lari Kiambu had to run away and leave the exams after hurling stones at the police officer for refusing to be frisked by the center supervisor.

The Anestar Bahati Boys Secondary School candidates also hit the headlines last week on Thursday night after they stormed their neighbouring Anestar Precious Girls secondary school in good numbers.The reasons behind this remained scanty.Initially,there were decisions to expel some 70 students from the boys' school.Luckily,this has been reversed.The government will prosecute these students after their KCSE exams.The exams are set to end majorly this week with a few papers being done in Monday next week.

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