KCSE exams end as 90 phones confiscated
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams ended on Wednesday.
Education CS George Magoha revealed that 90 phones were confiscated during the the three-week period over cases of exam malpractice.
”There was no cheating in terms of early leakages but 300 schools were in our radar,” Magoha said.
He cited Eastleigh in Nairobi, Kisii, Migori, Homabay, Wajir and Garissa as areas of concern.
According to Prof. Magoha, 21 examination centers were found to have engaged in malpractice.
He singled out two cases as more serious than the rest as he singled out Kisii.
“There will be very few people who definitely have collected money,” he said.
He however reiterated his earlier position that results of the KCSE exams will be out before Christmas
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