The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE) marking has been halted in some centers following the claims by some examiners’ of being treated badly.
This comes after about 700 examiners at Machakos High School were ordered to leave, after a two-day protest over the poor working conditions.
According to Reports, the examiners, who decried of poor working conditions, were asked to leave the centre very early in the morning of Tuesday, December 3.
A source revealed that the examiners wanted to be paid at least Ksh68 for every paper marked and to be given fares once they are ordered to leave.
The examiners at the Starehe Girls School are also said to have halted the marking process forcing the center to be closed and GSU officers deployed in the area.
The Education CS George Magoha, however, started earlier that the release of KCSE exams could be done before the Christmas holidays.