NAIROBI NOVEMBER 1, 2016(CISA) – Over 900,000 Candidates on Monday November 1 begun their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations.
The three-day national examinations will be undertaken amid tight security measures introduced to curb cheating.
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has assured Kenyans that there are no leakages for this year’s national examinations.
KNEC chairman Prof George Magoha has warned that stern action will be taken against anyone found selling or buying fake examination papers.
There are 26,308 examination centers with 473,719 are girls and 478,753 boys sitting for the exams.
All public schools were closed on Friday, October 28, to pave way for the nationwide start of the exams.