A report from Directorate of Criminal Investigations has unleashed how national examinations in Kenya have been compromised for years. The DCI report exposed how a cartel that has existed for many years, involving school principals and a section of the police who facilitate exam collude and leak exams.
The cartel is run by five top officials at the Kenya National Examinations Council who hands over papers to accomplices after parting away with a certain amounts of money.
Investigating officers further indicate that in response to the malicious act, KNEC contracted a private company based on Likoni Road to print fresh exam papers. At the company owned by an Asian, employees went ahead and leaked the new papers.
Examination leaking started in Wargadud High school with the deputy collaborating with police.
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