A KCSE examiner who had gone viral on social media after being caught in CCTV cameras stealing eomen's undergaments in Alliance girls has bern arrested.
This was after the unamed female examiner was captured on CCTV heading to the hanging line, before stealing two panties and inserting them in her handbag before disappearing.
It is reported that the examiner was is a Kiswahili teacher who was part of the team marking the KCSE exams
Addressing the press on Thursday,Alliance Girls school administrator said they dealt woth the matter first before handing over the case to the police.
"The case was handled as a criminal matter and given the right attention by the security officials at the examinations centre," the administrator stated.
It is reported that the affected examiners were able to positively identify their stolen undergaments before the suspect was asked to write an offocial statement concerning the same.
This comes at a time when KCSE results areexpected to be announced later in the week following Education CS affirmation on Monday
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