KCPE Exam Administrators Asked To Deliver Exams In Transparent Manner.
The government has asked center managers, supervisors, and invigilators to ensure that the KCPE examinations in 2021 are conducted in a transparent manner.
Exam administrators have also been asked to refrain from doing anything that would put them in conflict with the law.
Speaking to the team on Monday during the opening of the exam container at the Busia County Commissioner’s office premises, Dr Ahmed Omar, the area County Commissioner, stated that the exercise is critical and should be protected from all forms of malpractice.
“We are on a very serious exercise that has to be protected from any kind of interference that will make it appear not credible,” he said.
Omar urged the examination officials to protect the County’s reputation by acting morally and legally.
Charles Nyauma, Director of the Busia County TSC, emphasized the importance of integrity, explaining that it is all about the small things done while assuming they are not seen.
“We want to deliver these exams to schools with your help so that at the end of the day, the candidates sit for the exams and they receive the results as expected,” he said, adding that centre managers should not do anything that will jeopardize the chances of candidates getting their results.
Stephen Kimunya, Deputy Sub County Police Commander in Busia, assured exam officials that his team had organized two security officers for each examination center.
“We are ready and what we expect from you as security is a matter of cooperation,” he said.
“We have one candidate who may be doing exams in hospital and adequate arrangements have been made to ensure that she takes the exam at Busia County Referral hospital,” he said.
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