The Kisii University student was arrested for Impersonation as KCSE began today in Kiamabundu mixed Secondary schools in Nyaribari chache Constituency.
The University student whose name was not disclosed is said to have sat the exam for Another form 4 student during the First paper Of English.
According to the police report, the culprit ha been arrested and will arraigned in court for the examination malpractice which is against the law of Kenya.
Earlier in the morning Cs Magoha warned the stakeholders to distant themselves from exam cheating. When two students Nabbed with phone in Mombasa.
Following his arrest at the Kiamabundu Mixed Secondary School in Nyaribari Chache, the 20-year-old suspect will be charged with impersonation, according to police.
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination papers were distributed beginning at 6 a.m., following the container’s opening in Gucha, Kisii County.
Gucha Deputy County Commissioner Emanuel Ngala, who presided over the opening, reminded the school heads who had come to select English and Chemistry exam papers for their respective examination centres to follow exam regulations.
He reminded them to turn off their phones in exam rooms and to keep their exam center gates open during exam hours.
Gucha has 1258 candidates sitting for the 2021 KCSE exams, with boys accounting for 51% (648 boys) of the gender variance.
Security has been beefed up in neighbouring Nyamira County as the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) begins across the country.
No Mercy For Teachers Stealing KCSE Exams As Two Students Are Nabbed With Phones
While opening the Kenya National Examination (KNEC) container where the exam papers are stored, Nyamira South Sub County Deputy County Commissioner (DCC), Julius Otieno, confirmed that they have sufficient security to ensure that the examination is conducted without any hitches or insecurity incidents throughout the examination period.
Mr. Otieno warned Centre managers that tampering with the examination process could have serious consequences and urged them to keep the examination papers in one of the examination classrooms, where security officers can easily see them, rather than in offices or staffrooms.