Nairobi, Kenya, oct 30-The Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu has directed the inclusion of non-registered learners in the KCPE 2023 candidature irregardless of registration status.

CS Ezekial Machogu expressed his concerns over the schools and examination centers that did not register their students for the upcoming Kenya Certificate of Primary Education(KCPE) terming it as a “serious breach” that disenfranchises learners.

The CS assured that appropriate actions will be taken in accordance to the law to those who aided in the non registration of the institutions.

“The Ministry of Education has received reports that there are schools/examination centers which, for one reason or the other, did not register some of their candidates for the upcoming Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination. This is a serious breach which wrongfully disenfranchises learners. Appropriate action will therefore be taken against those responsible, in accordance with the law,” CS Machogu sais.

Machogu however urged the affected learners to report to their schools or examination centers to sit for the examinations.

He further urged the Kenya National Examination Council; the regional, county and sub county directors of education and all officers that are responsible for administering the examination to ensure that those learners sit for their examinations.

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