Raila's man Prof Makau Mutua reacted to Education Cabinet Secretary's statement in which he claimed the 2022 exam did not record any cheating.
Mutua took to his Twitter account to claim that there was widespread cheating in the exam. He then fired a question to the government regarding the step they should take. According to his question, he indicated that the nation has two options to choose from, either cancelling everything and ordering a re-do or letting the lie continue to prosper terming Kenya as a cheating nation.
"It appears there was widespread cheating in this year’s KCSE. Does the state have the courage to cancel the whole stinking mess and order a re-do, or does it let the lie stand and ratify our status as a truly cheating nation?" he wrote on Twitter.
This followed after the improvement of some schools as noted by The Star raised questions. Several schools around the country have improved their mean scores by 1 or more which is fishy. From the source, one of the top schools has improved by 4.1 points; from 5.1 to 9.2. However, Mr Machogu said the exam was clean.
What do you think? Did the schools cheat or people are just speculating? Share your opinion below.
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