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Money Banned In Exam Room As Exam Enters Day 2

Money Banned In Exam Room As Exam Enters Day 2.
Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has warned KCSE candidates and teachers not to bring large sums of money into exam rooms.
Magoha did not specify how much money would be allowed in exam rooms when he spoke in Murang’a County on Tuesday morning.
He believes students should be thoroughly searched before entering exam rooms to ensure they do not have large sums of money on them.
Magoha expressed concern that some candidates were discovered with large sums of money, which could be used to rig the exams.
“Students’ money should be handed to the centre managers before starting the exams and only returned upon finishing.”
He urged all candidates to focus on their exams and avoid engaging in any malpractice that could result in their disqualification and dismissal.
“Teachers also should not walk around with large sums of money and if found, they should immediately be handcuffed,” Magoha added.

Money Banned In Exam Room As Magoha Warns KCSE Candidates And Teachers

Prof. George Magoha, Cabinet Secretary for Education, is overseeing the distribution of KCSE examination materials on the second day of the exam.
Magoha is in Murangá County, where he is scheduled to visit several examination centers after supervising the opening of the examination container at Kenol earlier in the morning.
He continues to emphasize fairness, urging students to maintain the highest level of discipline while taking their exam.
Magoha stated that the few cases of malpractice will be dealt with in accordance with the law.
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PS Basic Education Julius Jwan, on the other hand, is in Kabarnet, where he has urged exam Centre Managers to be professional in their duties.
Dr. John Onsati, Chairman of the Kenya National Examination Council, was in Embakasi Nairobi County to oversee the distribution of materials, while CEO David Njengere was in Kiambu County.
Students will sit for their mathematics paper from 8 to 10:30 a.m., followed by their English paper from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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