Cabinet Secretary for Foreign affairs, Dr. Monicah Juma on Tuesday toured several schools in Mwingi in Kitui county, to inspect the progress of the KCPE examination which kicked off today.
The CS started by opening the container containing the examination materials at Nuu ward, Mwingi East Sub-County which was servicing 38 examination centres and the papers were distributed in time.
“Today’s exams began without any hitches in all the 38 examination centres in Mwingi East”, said Monicah Juma.
Later the CS visited Mwingi Primary School which is an examination centre for other three institution; Mwingi special school, prisoners from Waita GK prison and adults.
According to the Cs the national exercise in Kitui has kicked off smoothly without any incidences and as expected in time.
“Overall there are no incidences and we are very pleased that this national exercise has started well and we are expecting the same for the next two days“, said the CS.
The Cs further said that all measures have been put in place in all parts of the country where heavy rains have been witnessed in order to ensure smooth running of the entire process.
“There are logistic arrangement to move the papers on time in all schools therefore there’s nothing to worry about because the exercise will run smoothly”, added CS.
Eventually Monicah Juma thanked the Education officers, teachers and security officers who are doing a great job by making the exercise run smoothly.