Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu yesterday announced that Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination results will be released next week.
“Next week we are announcing KCPE examination results and you will not hear any cases of cheating under the leadership of Machogu. The grading of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) is progressing well and I can assure you, the results will not be riddled with any irregularities,” Machogu said.
Candidates sat for the national exam from November 28 to November 30, 2022.
He made this announcement in Kisii during the burial of Yunuke Kebira; mother to Employment and Labour Relations Court Judge Ocharo Kebira.
1,244,188 candidates sat for KCPE across 493 examination storage and distribution centres this year.
He said that the ministry has taken necessary steps to curb cheating adding that no irregularities have been reported during the marking process.
“We delivered a credible KCPE exam. It was done with integrity. I was not able to supervise exams in every corner of the country but we had put up a system where all officers manning the exams had individual responsibility and accountability.” Said the CS
In addition, he assured parents and teachers that the results will have no questionable issues.
“No one should peddle misinformation that in such and such place, there are problems. And there will be no problems at all. We will serve our people efficiently and effectively,” he added.