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Keep off exam centres, court orders teachers in cheating case

EDUCATION
By Anne Atieno | April 14th 2021
Senior Resident Magistrate Raymond Langat has barred four, Principal for Rongo Mixed Secondary School Francis Akoth, supervisor Job Mamayi, and two invigilators Florence Auma and George Magambo barred from accessing any exam center in the country. [Courtesy]

Four teachers accused of involvement in examination irregularities have been barred from stepping into any test centre in the country.

Rongo Senior Resident Magistrate Raymond Langat ruled that high school principal Francis Akoth, who was Rongo Secondary School’s centre manager, Job Mamayi (supervisor) and invigilators Florence Auma and George Magambo are not to go near any centre in this examination period.

“Each suspect is ordered to keep off any examination centre within the republic of Kenya during this current examination period,” Langat ordered. They are also to stay away from witnesses.

They were released on Sh100,000 bond with a similar surety and directed to report to DCIO office every Friday until investigations are concluded.

The case will be mentioned on May 10 for further orders.

The four suspects were arrested on March 30. On March 31, they failed to take plea and were held for more than 10 days at the Kamagambo Police Station to allow for the conclusion of investigations.

The case will be mentioned on May 10 for further orders.

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