MATIANGI receives accolades from unlikely quarters as SOSSION bows to higher authorityNews, Politics 00:00
... year’s exams have shifted the focus to teachers to be directly involved in the management of the exams.
The KNUT boss noted that the culture of exams will now change and that securing exams had cleared the first hurdle towards eradicating corruption in the education sector.
“The exams was most secure and was released in good time so that instead of parents preparing for festivities, they will now be looking for ways to send their children to secondary schools next year,” said Sossion.
Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) also commended the CS for the good job.
The Kenyan DAILY POST