The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams kicked off one week ago, with 831,015 Form Four students expected to be assessed in more than 10,000 centers.

The education cabinet secretary professor George Magoha early this week banned the use of mobile phones in examination centres but only allowed exam centre and security personnel to have mobile phones.

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But just in we have received news that some form four candidates have been expelled from school. According to the source, several boys from Mwakichuchu Boys High School in Taita Taveta have been expelled from school after they were found in dormitory at a neighboring girls’ school.

The boys were corned by school’s security personnel at midnight after others were found walking free in the school. The boys fleed the scene but they were seen because of their uniforms. The boys have been expelled today morning.

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The Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education KCSE enters the second week where it is expected to be completed by 1st April next month.

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