Drama During Kenya's Certificate of Primary Education Exams

Kenyan students are sitting for Certificate of Primary Education Examinations, an event that never passes without incidents of cheating and other malpractices. This year we've heard of a government official in Kisii County who sent a card with a condolence message, instead of best wishes to candidates in a school in his ward, while a number of candidates in Mombasa and Kwale counties have written their exams from maternity wards after giving birth.

Moi Nyeri Complex primary school candidates sit the KCPE mathematics paper (file photo).

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