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Two Students Nabbed With Phones As KCSE Exams Begin


Two KCSE Candidates were today morning nabbed with phones in exam room, Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has revealed.

Magoha says that the two candidates belong to schools within Nairobi County.

The CS has however stated that the students will be allowed to finish their KCSE exams before action is taken against them.

“This morning in Nairobi, we already had two students with cell phones. We are going to be very soft with them. We shall allow them to take their exams,” said Magoha.

According to Mogoha, he already has gotten hold of another exam cartel that has been formed recently and is planning action on the cartel.

The creation of this new exam cartel comes just a few days after the Education Ministry in conjunction with other agencies dismantled another cartel formed with the aim of stealing KCPE EXAMS.

“We dismantled one of their cartels in Primary schools having arrested some of them. We have noticed that they have formed another one… I want to once again warn that any teacher who is brave enough to open the exam we shall know where we did it and we shall come for just like we did in Garissa,” said the CS.


Magoha who calls this KCSE exams as his last says that he has worked hard with other Css to develop a system that has curbed cheating in exams.

“This being my last examination, I would want to charge Kenyans that we have developed a system, the container system which we developed with Fred Matiang’i, General Nkaissery and Joe Mucheru that has delivered credible results. We now have students in universities with international standards.”

KCSE exams are expected to end on the 1st of April.