The government has intensified surveillance during the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations as it seeks to enhance the integrity of the exercise. Wildlife principal Secretary Professor Fred Segor while speaking after witnessing the opening of an examination container in Baringo County said the government is leaving nothing to chance in its endeavor to crack down on exam cheats.
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