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CS Magoha Issues A Stern Warning To KCSE Exam Cartels

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CS Magoha Issues A Stern Warning To KCSE Exam Cartels

CS Magoha Issues A Stern Warning To KCSE Exam Cartels.
Professor George Magoha, Cabinet Secretary for Education, has issued a stern warning to cartels that have made it their business to distribute forged examination papers to candidates.
Magoha stated that the government will not be lenient toward anyone caught attempting to undermine the integrity of the national examination.
He also stated that no offense will be taken against children who are enticed into cheating, but that cartels, teachers, and parents who are found guilty of the offense will not be spared.
According to Magoha, they dismantled one of the cartels in primary schools and arrested several of its members.
He was speaking in Mombasa at the start of the exercise when he presided over the release of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination papers from their storage containers.
The Ministry of Education announced that 831,015 students will take the 2021 KCSE exams, which began on Monday, March 14, and will end on Friday, April 1.

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The exams will be given in 10 413 examination centers, and the papers will be distributed through 483 distribution centers across the country.
Exam malpractice was reported in several regions on Monday, as the exams began.
A 26-year-old man was arrested in Busia for taking the exam on behalf of his father, and a 20-year-old Kisii University student was also caught impersonating a candidate in Kisii.
Brian Angwenyi, a third-year Kisii University student, was taking the English Paper One exam on behalf of Nyamweya Martin at Kiamabundu High School in Kisii Central, Nyaribari Chache sub-county.
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The CS also pardoned two candidates who were caught with mobile phones just minutes before the start of the national examinations in Nairobi.
He stated that the two would continue with the exams, urging all candidates to focus on their exams and avoid any mistakes.

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