In Summary
  • The President said reforms implemented by the Jubilee administration to eradicate cheating and other malpractices will be strengthened.
  • He promised all those who will sit for the primary and secondary school national exams later in the year that the examination process will be fair and secure.
  • On the music festival, the President said the event is important in fostering unity and cohesion as it builds on the diversity of the nation.

The government’s commitment to integrity and honesty in national examinations is stronger than ever, President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Wednesday.

The President said reforms implemented by the Jubilee administration to eradicate cheating and other malpractices will be strengthened.

He promised all those who will sit for the primary and secondary school national exams later in the year that the examination process will be fair and secure.

“I reassure you that my government's commitment continues in terms of upholding the values of fairness, integrity and quality in our examinations. That drive is stronger than ever,” said he said.

He spoke at State House in Nakuru County where he hosted the 93rd Kenya Music Festival Winners’ State Concert.

UNITING FACTOR

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