Ensure no irregularities this time round, Kakamega school heads tell exam council
School heads in Kakamega have asked the exams council to ensure there are no irregularities this year. Kenya Secondary School Heads’ Association county chairman Godfrey Owori said they will force Knec to cancel the KCSE exam results in case of any irregularities. “It’s not a must that exams are done this year, even when systems are ineffective,” he said. Owori said exams are supposed to help learners identify university courses. “When there are irregularities, hard-working learners who cannot cheat in exams are considered failures, while those who were drilled for the exams are praised and given quality courses at the university. Teachers from schools which don’t cheat in exams are chased away and some schools closed by communities,” he said. Owori spoke on Friday at his office at St Peter’s Mumias Boys’ High School.