Two students and a university student have been arrested in Busia after being suspects of cheating in the ongoing KCSE examination.
The two male students are from Brother Nicholas, a private school and Oscar Karoli is a fourth year student at Kenya University.
According to the sub county DCI Benard Wamalwa the two students were found with questions and answers to Chemistry paper two and English paper three.
The two boys were spotted by the school headboy using cell phones on Tuesday. He later reported the two to the management who collected the phones from the two students.
Police managed to arrest Karoli on Wednesday after investigations on the matter. They found Karoli's phone with similar papers the boys were revising. Further investigations have showed the Karoli received the leakage from the headteacher af a private school in the same county.
The four are to be arraigned in court to answer charges of examination malpractice.
CS Magoha had earlier mentioned the county as one of the hotspots in examination cheating.
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