The Executive Secretary of the Nzaui branch of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), Joseph Ngwava, has extended his gratitude to the Ministry of Education (MoE) for providing additional containers that have significantly streamlined the work of examination officers.
Speaking to Education news digital, Ngwava expressed his joy that no teacher crossed a river to go and pick examination papers.
Additionally, he highlighted the absence of incidents in Nzaui and Mukaa during the initial day of examinations, and he expressed confidence in a smooth remainder of the examination period.
Ngwava issued a stern warning to individuals attempting to extort money from head teachers to influence Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) officials, emphasizing that such practices would not be tolerated.
“KNEC officials are already remunerated by the government, so there is no justification for anyone to demand extra funds,” he remarked.
Ngwava also underscored that those involved in such activities will face consequences.
By Lydia Ngoolo
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