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CS Mvurya Calls for Examination Integrity

The Cabinet Secretary for Mining Salim Mvurya has said that it is crucial that the integrity of the ongoing examinations be of the highest integrity.

Mvurya called on all Kenya Primary Schools Education Assessment (KPSEA) and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidates for this year to do their examinations with the utmost professionalism.

“We want to emphasize examination integrity,” said CS Mvurya.

CS Mvurya was in Kisumu where he supervised the commencement of the KCPE examinations at the Kisumu Central DCC container.

Mvurya’s entourage comprised Fisheries Secretary of State Francis Owino and the Education Assistant Secretary Belio Kipsang.

Mvurya warned against any form of misconduct adding that anybody who was found culpable will be held personally responsible.

“These are not just examinations but where our children get to be nurtured in terms of their careers,” said Mvurya.

CS Mvurya added that the school calendar will be normalized in 2023.

“Even though we had COVID-19, the education calendar has been continuously reviewed and implemented but will normalize next year,” said Mvurya.

Following the introduction of the new Competence-Based Curriculum (BC) last year, grade six learners are now sitting for their potential final examination before they join junior secondary school. However, they could remain in primary school if a decision on the same is made in the coming weeks.

Around 1,287,597 learners are currently doing their KPSEA examination while 1,244,188 Class Eight Candidates are also sitting for their KCPE examination.

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