Kenya Examination Body Warns Cheats of Stiff Penalties
The national examination body through it's Chief Executive Officer Paul Wasanga has vowed to enforce the KNEC Act 2012 recently signed into law by the president. The new law imposes a ten-year jail term or two million shillings fine for exam cheats including students, parents and fraudsters who con students.
Capital FM, 25 October 2012
The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has vowed to enforce a new law that imposes a 10 year jail term or Sh2 million fine on exam cheats. Read more »
The Star, 25 October 2012
Coast, North Eastern, Nyanza, Nairobi, Machakos and Central have been named as exam irregularity potential areas. KNEC says they already have information about fraudsters extorting… Read more »
Stiff measures put in place to curb exam cheats in the national exams.