The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has warned candidates sitting for this year’s exams against fake exam papers circulating online.
Issuing the caution was KNEC CEO Dr. David Njengere who noted that the exams being sold online including on social media are fake and thus should not be trusted.
“I can assure you that there is no single genuine paper that can circulate on those social media platforms. All they have is fake papers,” he said
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He continued by praising the Ministry of Education for putting in place effective measures meant to curb exam irregularities and the measures are already working as expected.
According to Dr. David Njengere, the few cases reported should not affect the integrity of the examinations.
The issue of the ongoing rains was also addressed with the CEO saying that measures are already in place to ensure examination papers are delivered on time in the affected areas.