A Nyamira court has released an invigilator for KCSE in a secondary school in the county, having been accused and arrested for being irresponsible during the invigilation of the ongoing KCSE examinations.
Nyamira Resident Magistrate William Chebele today heard that William Atuya allowed candidates to have a Chemistry examination paper on 6th this month against examination regulations.
It was alleged that he allowed the candidates at St. Paul’s Gekano Boys’ High School to access the paper before the official time.
He denied the accusations and was released on a bond of Ksh10,000.
This comes barely two days after two examination managers from the county were suspended after recording a statement with the police over examination irregularities.
The court scheduled the case to be heard on 23rd of this month.
Nyamira Director of Education Joshua Kaga warned of dire consequences for anyone found guilty of tampering with examinations.
By Enock Okong’o
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