Four days after Education Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i released the 2016 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam results, Kenyans are still reacting after the shocking results.
Shocking because only 141 students countrywide managed to score grade A compared to other years where thousands would score the grade.
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Matiang’i was lauded for ensuring integrity in the exams which has previously been marred with cheating and other malpractices.
“We open 2017 with excitement brought by the changes at the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) that have paid off.The new team at Knec and the Ministry of Education deserve praise for restoring the credibility of exams.They have given us something to smile about in a year dominated by gloom,” Raila said.
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Raila said the success with exams management had underscored one important point; that public officers who fail credibility test must be removed from office no matter who benefits from their stay.