allAfrica.com: Kenya: Shock As Candidates Miss KCSE Exam Papers
In Kenya, students must take examinations to enter into the secondary school system. But this year some students did not receive copies of part of their exam.
In this situation, there is the fact that the government is trying to crack down upon exam cheating with enhanced supervision in specific regions. This is combined with fear that students may be wrongly accused of cheating due to mix-ups by the government, as in this case, where exams were not delivered (for unknown reasons).
"We are worried with the trend of irregularities in the papers this year, it was only recently when there was a nationwide mix up in the Mathematics papers," [Konoin MP Sammy Koech] said.