Three arrested of KCSE examination irregularities

A KCSE supervisor in Mombasa is being held in Changamwe police station while undergoing a thorough probe. Mr. Dennis Juma Were, a Supervisor at Migadini complex high school was on Monday evening arrested by the CID detectives in Migadini, Changamwe over leakage of Chemistry KCSE paper one. Mr. Juma opened the sealed chemistry paper one instead of mathematics paper one. He will be arraigned in court today, Tuesday of November 8, 2016.

According to Anthony Shimoli, Changamwe OCPD, his fingerprints had already been taken and that he will be taken to court today, “We have taken his fingerprints and he will be arraigned in court today.”

On the other hand, Police in Tharaka-Nithi are holding two people for involvement in examination malpractice in the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education tests.
Mr. Kenneth Murithi was found impersonating Royford Mwiti, a private candidate. Mr. Murithi was found not matching the passport photo of the real candidate during mathematics paper one.

Criminal investigation officers managed to locate the real candidate and arrested him while driving from Chuka to Chogoria town.
The two suspects are locked up at the Chogoria police cells awaiting arraignment in court this week.

According to Kenya National Examination Council Chairman Prof. George Omore Magoha no KCSE examination has been leaked. “The council wishes to categorically reiterate that, like was the case in KCPE, no KCSE examination paper has been leaked whatsoever.”

A statement from KNEC chairman, Prof. George Omore Magoha.
A statement from KNEC chairman, Prof. George Omore Magoha.
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