The report on the allegations of cheating and other malpractices in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) will be out in one month.
Speaking to the press after gathering views on the same from Uasin Gishu stakeholders, Jerusha Momanyi one of the members of the National Assembly Committee on Education said their mission is to verify whether there were exams malpractices in the concluded KCSE exams ,
“As a committee we expect the report to be out in one or so months’ time. We hope that by the time we finish, we will answer Kenyans’ questions about whether there were exam malpractices in the 2022 KCSE exams,” said the Nyamira woman Representative.
The committee started investigations after there was a public outcry regarding mass cheating in the 2022 KCSE examinations.
“We have gathered crucial information and after we have analyzed it we shall through the Chair give a comprehensive report to the public, regarding the sanctity of the 2022 KCSE,” Momanyi added.
Hon.Nabii Nabwera a member of the committee noted in areas the committee had visited, many held the opinion that there were serious exam malpractices.
“What I can say is that there is a problem in the exam management system that needs to be looked into”Said Nabwera.
Phylis Bartoo MP Moiben in Uasin Gishu County and a member of the said committee, committed to Kenyans that The committee will protect the sanctity of the Country’s Education system in order to make it competitive globally.