KCSE Results 2016 - Matiang'i is in trouble over glaring anomalies in KCSE Results.

Uproar Over Massive  failure in 2016 KCSE Results!


Education CS Dr Fred Matiang'i is facing a major backlash over the Results of KCSE Released on 29th  December  2016.  KNUT says there were glaring anomalies that Matiang'i ignored.




Only 141 students managed grade A across the country, with just slightly above 88,000 students making it to university. Over 300,000 students scored between grad D and E. This has brought trouble to Matiang'i. This  is the  first time Candidates  have  had such massive  failure at the  secondary  school  level since 1963.

KNUT  Speaks Out Over the glaring anomalies in the 2016 KCSE Examination Results.

KNUT say that after investigations conducted by the union, they concluded that 2016 KCSE Results are not a true reflection of the candidates' performance. The union (KNUT)  therefore wants the results recalled and a thorough and comprehensive forensic audit be done to correct the glaring anomalies.

Raila  wants  President  Uhuru  Kenyatta  to  form  a commission  of  inquiry  to  audit  the  2016  KCSE Results


Opposition  leader  Raila  Odinga  has also added his voice by  demanding  a full-fledged  investigation  into  the mysteries  surrounding  last  year's  Kenya  Certificate  of  Secondary  Education  (KCSE) be launched immediately to ensure that  the  students  get  the qualifications they  deserve. The former Prime Minister also wants disciplinary  action  taken  against  those culpable. 

Raila  wants  President  Uhuru  Kenyatta  to  form  a commission  of  inquiry  to  audit  the  2016  KCSE examination  results.  He also wants disciplinary  action  taken  against  those culpable. 

Pressure continues to mount as Church leaders raise their voice to ask for an audit on the 2016 KCSE results.

Bishop Robert Langat of the Africa Gospel Church, while speaking at Chelsa Academy in Bomet yesterday said there was need for the results to be reviewed, noting that the drastic decline in the number of students scoring good marks, unlike in the past, was worrying and raises more questions. 

He, however said that although there was need to make national exams results credible, it was wrong to punish students and damage the reputation of some schools by lowering the number of good grades.

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