Education PS affirms KCSE progress is good

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Education PS Belio Kipsang at St. Joseph's Chepterit
Education PS Belio Kipsang at St. Joseph's Chepterit

Education PS Belio Kipsang has said that the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) commenced well as expected yesterday countrywide apart from some few challenges which were sorted out, including the Kisii incident. Speaking at St Josephs Chepterit Girls High school in Nandi where he witnessed the distribution of KCSE examination papers, PS Kipsang confirmed that the incident in Kisii-where 17 people were arrested, among them a supervisor and an invigilator over suspicion of exam malpractice-didn’t bring about any exam exposure to the other candidates.

The PS who was accompanied by the County Director of Education in Nandi Mr. Lawrence Karuntimi and the Nandi County Commissioner Mr. Mohammed Bare during the opening of the examination container at the County headquarters lauded the efforts made by the community to inform officials about any challenges that may arise during this period, enhancing collaboration in the process, “All of us are owning these exams, which is very good for our country,” he said.┬áKipsang visited several schools in Nandi to monitor the exam process and promised the public to deliver credible results.