Migori County Deputy Commissioner Ms. Milka Kariuki (R) handing over KCSE exam materials to Kadika Girls Principal Mrs Roselyn Ochieng on November 6,2023. PHOTO:IAN BYRON, KTMN.

Education stakeholder in Migori county have confirmed their preparedness to oversee the Kenya National Examination Council (KCSE) that kicked off on Monday.

At least 23,354 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidates began their form four examinations in Migori County on Monday, amidst tight security following perevious reports of exam malpractices in the County.

Migori County Education Director Mr Jacob Onyiego said that the KCSE exams will be done in 304 examination centers with 14 distribution across the  12 Sub Counties with Suna EAST Sub County registering over 33,000 candidates.

According to Mr Onyiego, so far the county together with the national government has put in place mitigation measures to curb any flooding cases in Nyatike Sub County.

“The Ministry of Education together with other government agencies and the County government have put some measures to ensure examinations are not interrupted in case of flooding in Nyatike.”

Mr Jacob Onyiengo, Migori County Director of Education

Suna East Deputy Commissioner Ms Milka Kariuki said that all the necessary preparations have been put in place to ensure the KCSE examinations go well without a hitch.

Some of the Centre Managers collecting the KCSE materials in Suna East Sub County. They were urged to play their part to ensure that the county delivers a credible KSCE exam. PHOTO:IAN BYRON

The administrator explained that all the 14 collection centers will be opened twice

a day for exam collection noting that security has already been beefed up for exam securitywhile calling upon the center managers and the invigilators to play their part to ensure that the county delivered a credible KSCE exam.


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