Kenyan Parliament Approves Tougher Exam Law


It will be a criminal offence for any unauthorised person to be found in possession of examination materials. Such person shall be liable for a prison term of 20 years, a fine of Sh2 million or both.
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Parliament has approved the repeal of the Kenya National Examinations Council Act.

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