Press Brief; Education CS says no case of exam leakage has been recorded, so far.

Education CS, Amina Mohammed
Education CS, Amina Mohammed

Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Amina Mohammed, has today given a press brief on the status of administration of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, exams, 2018. The CS says no exam leakage has been recorded, so far. See the press brief, below:


Today marks the fourth day of (the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Exams) KCSE 2018 involving 664,550 candidates countrywide. I am happy to announce that the level of precision in the administration of this examination has been remarkable.

We have, for instance, managed to strictly comply with the daily 6am schedule of distributing all examination material from Exams Council (The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC) containers to all Examination Centres.

We haven’t recorded a single case where any examination has been leaked since the examination started keeping true to our promise to deliver free and fair results. All the papers have been delivered to every centre with all the unique Exams Council (KNEC) security features intact.

For this commendable delivery so far, I thank all the Exams Council and (Teachers Service Commission) TSC Kenya personnel who have put aside their personal and official demands to ensure the examination process is flawless.”


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