Education Cabinets secretary George Magoha has issued a statement warning cartels and teachers over KCSE examination leakage and irregularities.
Magoha on KCSE 2022 leakage
While speaking at Thika Girls Karibaribi Secondary school in Kiambu County, CS Magoha said, “please don’t be fooled. There are individuals who are coming to school principals and some school principals are naive enough to give them data so that they can provide A(s) for them. That is the most stupid thing you can do in the Kenya of today. Of course, the cartels want money and if you have money to give them and you are stupid, give them the money.”
He continued to say “There is no way you are going to see our examinations until it is opened for the children on the day of the examination. There is also no way you are going to mess around with any marks during the marking“
KCSE 2022 examination started on Monday 28th February 2022 with oral subjects and will end on Friday 1st April 2022. Here is a full timeline of KCSE 2021/2022 examinations.