Education CS George Magoha says the integrity of the examination process in the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Primary Education shall remain unquestionable.
Speaking in Thika today, he said that the government will very firmly deal with participants in examination fraud.
He further said that the learners are well prepared, noting that the exams are fair and the questions are within the syllabus.
Over one million candidates are currently tackling the English language paper and then wind up the day with English Composition at 2:30 pm.
Meanwhile, the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) Chairman, Professor John Onsati has assured Kenyans that the ongoing examinations have not leaked.
Speaking while supervising the opening and distribution of examination material at the Mombasa DCC container Onsati said the examination is intact.
He also called on the centre managers to ensure all Covid-19 Health protocols as per Ministry of Health directives are adhered to. om.
Onsati was accompanied by senior government officials, including Coast Regional Coordinator John Elung’ata and Mombasa County Commissioner, Gilbert Kitiyo.
Osonti thanked the stakeholders and personnel involved in ensuring that there is no irregularities during the examination.
He said, “I want to appreciate all the stakeholders, all the multi-agency members who have participated in the organization of this process of examination to ensure that we have integrity in our examinations.”
He also wished all the candidates success in this year’s examination. He said, “We are looking forward to the same or similar success that we have had in the last 4 series.”