According to Garissa Township MP Aden Duale, the Knec is plotting a mass annulment of KCSE exam results in Northern counties.
According to Duale, the cancellation is being done under the premise that the candidates were cheating.
The legislator said they will not allow such attempts during a graduation ceremony for Madarasatul Tawheed Al Islamiya in Korakora town on Sunday.
“As leaders, we are watching and waiting for the results with bated breath before deciding on our next course of action,” Duale added.
Last Friday was the last day of the KCSE exam. Marking will begin this week, with results expected before the start of the new school year on April 25.
“We understand that the DCI’s announcement from last week was intended to prepare us for the cancellation of our children’s exams.
“We want to make it clear to the administration and Education CS George Magoha that we are willing to take them to court if they do,” Duale added.
He doesn’t understand why Knec chose the region as a target given the tests were overseen by supervisors, invigilators, security personnel, and other top officials.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations in Northeastern Kenya designated Garissa, Wajir, and Mandera counties as test cheating hotspots last week.
Students who took the examinations and their parents have been left uneasy since the announcement, unsure of what to expect when the results are released.