University students suspected of printing fake KCPE papers released
14 November 2013, 19:09
Kilifi - The two students from Pwani University who allegedly printed fake exam papers have been now been identified by police,reports Standard Digital.
Mohamed Wango and Patrick Mwangombe were implicated in a scandal that has rocked the country. In the past week students from Twilight Secondary School in Nairobi's Kayole
area were allegedly found in possession of the exam materials. They were due to write a history and government paper 1 examination on the 11th of November.
Kenya National Examination Council CEO, Paul Wasanga said just last week that 20 university
students have been arrested for helping secondary candidates cheat in
the ongoing KCSE exams.
It brings to light a very serious issue on the hands of the Kenya National Examination Council (Knec).
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