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Why 22 KCSE Candidates In Loitoktok Sub-County Missed Exam

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Why 22 KCSE Candidates In Loitoktok Sub-County Missed Exam

Why 22 KCSE Candidates In Loitoktok Sub-County Missed Exam
In Loitoktok Sub County, 22 candidates failed to sit their recently completed Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams.
This includes 10 boys and 12 girls from a total of 1881 candidates registered to take the KCSE 2021 exams in the sub-county.
In an interview with KNA, Loitoktok Sub County Director of Education Peter Bitah cited the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic as the primary reason for students missing their exams.
Bitah stated that some students never returned to school after the long closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The director also mentioned poverty and drought as reasons for the students’ absence from the exams.
He also mentioned that there were 11 private candidates who registered for the KCSE, but only eight took the exam and three did not.
However, the director stated that for the first time, no candidate was examined in a hospital or a police cell.
Regarding the difficulties they encountered Bitah stated that exam transportation in some areas was hampered by rain, which rendered some roads nearly impassable, resulting in delays.
Bitah congratulated the candidates on their successful completion of secondary education while they awaited the results of the exams.
CS Magoha had revealed that examination center managers have been registering extra candidates who do not exist.
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“There seemed to be so many absent candidates, and some of them were actually ghost candidates, and the reason why they create ghost candidates is that there there’s a paper which then can be smuggled out without somebody really knowing because you have to wait for up to half an hour to stop a candidate from coming in to take the exams, and by that time if you are smart enough you would have smuggled the paper out, photocopied and brought it back,” he said.

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