Kenya: Students, Teachers to Face Harsh Jail Time
By Maureen Waruinge, 11 November 2012
Police are searching for a Homa Bay teacher who sold exam materials to several candidates in the area last week. Already 5 students have been arrested with one being handed a two year jail sentence for the offense. The teacher faces a 10 year jail term or a fine of two million shillings if charged.
Parents Association Secretary General Musau Ndunda says there have been enough warnings of engaging in exam cheating.
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