Suspect social media platforms flagged over KCSE exam malpractice


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Thirty-three (33) WhatsApp groups suspected of abetting KCSE Exam cheating through leakages have been flagged by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

Through a Circular No. 13/2023 and addressed to all teachers, the TSC Chief Executive Officer Dr. Nancy Njeri Macharia said the government was concerned about some unscrupulous persons who have started sharing and or publishing fake documents purported to be examination materials through various social media platforms.

“Accordingly the government has flagged the attached social media platforms disseminating fake examination materials,” said the circular titled Exam Malpractice.

The CEO continued that to maintain the integrity in all of the 2023 National Examinations, “you are advised to avoid disseminating and/or sharing information from the aforementioned social media platforms, as doing so will constitute and be considered an examination malpractice.” She said

The letter which is copied to the Principal Secretary of, the State Department for Basic Education- Dr. Kipsang Belio, the CEO, The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) Dr. David Njengere, Regional, County and sub-County Directors flagged the social media platforms which include:

“KNEC EXAMS with the title, “KKCSE AND ALL KNEC EXAMS,”’kncp” with the title, “Knec Modu;e !-EEE Past Papers,” among others.

By Benedict Ngetich

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