KISII – Two inmates from Kisii Main Prison in Kisii Central Sub County have joined thousands of candidates in the region to sit for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). As part of the 34,088 candidates in Kisii County, Davis Nyang’au and Elijah Nyakundi are participating in the national exams, aiming to secure high grades despite the constraints of their confinement.
According to Kenya News Agency, Nyang’au is aspiring for a B+ grade, underlining his dedication and effort in his studies. The examination process in Kisii Central Sub County is overseen by Deputy County Commissioner Wilberforce Kilonzo, who has been instrumental in orchestrating the distribution of examination materials alongside educational officers. Kilonzo emphasized the importance of maintaining strict adherence to the examination regulations to ensure the integrity of the examination process.
This year introduces a new system where exam papers for the morning and afternoon sessions are collected separately to maintain security protocols. Oral, technical, and practical subjects have been completed by the candidates, with the rest of the examination set to conclude by November 24, 2023.