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Magoha Reveals 3 Cases Of Attempted Cheating In KCPE Exam

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Magoha Reveals 3 Cases Of Attempted Cheating In KCPE Exam

Magoha Reveals 3 Cases Of Attempted Cheating In KCPE Exam.
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has stated that there were three cases of attempted cheating during the just concluded Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams.
One case, according to the CS included one at a school in Marsabit where the center manager photographed the paper before sharing it with others.
“He has now been arrested and he is in police custody and we are not going to have mercy with him because he had the choice to do that,” Magoha said.
The second case was reported on day two of the exercise in Turkana County, at Kadukili Primary School. A TSC member named Alex Wanyama was discovered in possession of a phone and a prepared answer sheet.
“Alex Wanyama, TSC – 865034 was also found with a cell phone with prepared answer sheets and he is also in custody as we speak” Said Magoha.
According to the CS, the third case happened in Kiminini, and the ministry is still looking into it.
CS Magoha says eight police officers were arrested in connection with attempted cheating. Two exam centre managers were also arrested.
In his press conference, the CS stated that the ministry will take harsh action against the suspects.
“We have had a very smooth ride with exception of a few cases but as I said earlier, we are not going to laugh with anybody that dares,” Magoha said.
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A total of 1,225,693 candidates took the exam at one of the country’s 28,248 exam centers.

Magoha Reveals 3 Cases Of Attempted Cheating In KCPE Exam.

Magoha Reveals 3 Cases Of Attempted Cheating In KCPE Exam.

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