Exams marking ‘with military precision’
Just as it prevent cheating in exams, the state will be strict and vigilant in marking papers, Education CS Fred Matiang’i said yesterday.
He spoke in Wamagana, Tetu subcounty, where he witnessed the collection of of KCSE exam papers by secondary school principals at 6am.
“We shall not take our eyes off the ball. We will manage the marking of examinations with military precision,” Matiang’i said.
He also witnessed the collection exam papers from Nyeri Central subcounty headquarters in Nyeri town. Matiang’i was joined by PS Belio Kipsang. He thanked principals and teachers’ union officials for helping ensureg credibility of exams.
“We don’t want to teach our children fraud by giving them results obtained irregularly and through malpractices,” Matiang’i said. He said candidates’ results will be true and genuine.
Education CS Fred Matiang’i in Nairobi on March 15