Activist Okiya Omtatah has moved to court to compel Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) to release the marked answer sheets to the schools.
He asked KNEC to release the KCPE and KCSE results to schools so that the process of collation and validation can be seen to transparent.
“Candidates who sit Kenya Certificate of Primary Education or the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations have a right to receive certified copies of their marked answer sheets,” said the activist
Okiya Omtatah says that failure to release the results to the students contravenes the students constitutional right as they should be given a fair hearing.
He also says that releasing the results will not in any way undermine the integrity of the exam or the examination body.
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