More students arrested at Eastleigh Saint Teresas after Exam cheating confirms Chief Education Officer Belio Kipsang

Education officials seized 35 mobile phones from the Eastleigh school in Nairobi using Form Four candidates to cheat on national exams on Wednesday.
Chief Education Officer Belio Kipsang


Police also arrested 26 candidates among them at St Teresa's Eastleigh Primary School, a private examination center.
The candidates were supplied with answers from people believed to be teachers in what seemed to be desperation by examination cartels to have their way in the national exams amid tough laws.

Wednesday evening, the Chief Education Officer, Belio Kipsang, and the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec), acting Chief Executive Officer, Dr Mercy Karogo, were in a crisis meeting at the institution after the arrest

COLLUDING TEACHERS 

Secretary of the Education Cabinet, Prof. George Magoha, reported that several school candidates and teachers had been seized warning that the government would not yield in its efforts to have reliable exams.

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