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KCSE Exam Delays In 23 Schools As Senior Official Misplaces Key

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KCSE Exam Delays In 23 Schools As Senior Official Misplaces Key

KCSE Exam Delays In 23 Schools As Senior Official Misplaces Key.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations is looking into how a senior official misplaced a key for an examination container, causing delays in the distribution of KCSE tests to 23 schools.
Examination centre managers, education officers, and security officers who arrived at the Kapsoya collection station in Ainabkoi, Uasin Gishu County, by 6 a.m. had to wait for the container to be forced open after frantic efforts to locate the missing key proved futile.
The keys to each container are kept by the area sub-county director of education and the sub-county deputy commissioner, who must be present to open the containers, which are guarded by armed police 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The lost key, according to education director Harrison Muriuki, is in the possession of the Ainakboi deputy county commissioner.
“We forcefully opened the padlock after getting permission from the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec). At 6.30am, the papers were distributed to the schools.

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“The DCI took the padlock as we wait for its replacement. Police are manning the container at the moment,” the education officer said.
Officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) are looking into whether the padlock was tampered with. Mr Muriuki, on the other hand, stated that the exams began on time.
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The 2021 KCSE exams began on Monday, amid isolated cases of examination malpractice in at least six centers across the country.
On Tuesday, a police officer in charge of an exam center was apprehended after fleeing. The officer, a police constable, vanished from his station at Koiban Secondary School around 2 p.m. to conduct an illegal raid in Nandi County’s Kimngoror area.

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