Ex­ams mark­ing ‘with mil­i­tary pre­ci­sion’

The Star (Kenya) - - Politics Ministries -

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

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