We urge vigilance and responsibility – DP Gachagua on the forthcoming national Exams.
Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua, has taken it to social media to advocate for a fair ground for every student sitting for National examinations this year.
The second in command stated that anyone who plans to interefere with the examinations, will attract a huge penalty.
DP Gachagua wrote,”On forthcoming National Examinations for our candidates, we want an equal playground for every child to score what they deserve.”
“Culprits of examination leakage,will be dealt with decisively. We urge vigilance and responsibility during the examination process,” he added.
The year 2022, learners are expected to sit for three national examinations; The Grade six assessment for the Competency-Based Curriculum, the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education( for class eights) and the Kenya Certificate for Secondary Education( for form fours).
CBC and KCPE will start on November 28, and will run on a timeline of three days, while Kenya Certificate for Secondary Education will end on December 23.
A total of 1.5 million learners in the history of Kenya, are expected to sit the Grade six assessments in November.
Speaking on Friday, the Deputy president asked teachers to be satisfied with their salaries and not be corrupted to leak exams for learners.
He said,”I am pleading with you not to get corrupted by criminals to join them in trying to go around a good process of administering exams and trying to leak them.”
“The law will catch up with you and it is not really worth it.It is very fulfilling to earn your Sh50,000 after 30 days of invigilating or supervising, rather than leaking the exams,” he added
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