CCTV footage of the accused examiner while getting clothes from a hanging line. (Photo/Courtesy)
The rumors that a KCSE examiner working at Alliance Girls High School was busted stealing clothing from the exam marking facility are untrue.
This is stated by Kikuyu OCPD Catherine Ringera, who revealed that they attended the school on Thursday in response to allegations of an alleged theft only to discover that the incident had been misreported from the stolen CCTV footage.
"The examiner shown on the video had accidentally chosen her colleague's garment while grabbing her own from the clothesline," the OCPD claimed in a statement to Citizen Digital.
The owner of the accidentally picked apparel went on to inform the school administration of the incident, and it was at that point that the CCTV footage was obtained to identify who had in fact chosen the missing clothing.
It was later determined that the examiner who was seen on CCTV had really chosen her colleague's clothing when she was requested to present the items she had chosen from the clothesline.
As soon as she returned the garment, the situation was settled.
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