On Monday morning, Teachers Service Commission CEO Nancy Macharia went above and beyond by using a boat to distribute tests.
Macharia oversaw test-related activities in Kilifi Town after opening the KCSE exam containers there.
Macharia was pictured with law enforcement personnel and other government representatives in pictures posted on the commissions’ Twitter account.
She is also seen strolling barefoot in the water as her pants are folded.
On the second day of the KCSE tests across the nation, several officials participated in the process of unlocking exam containers.
David Njengere, the CEO of Knec, traveled to Maina Wanjigi Secondary School from Nairobi’s Kamukunji Subcounty.
Charles Ongondo, the chairman of KICD, visited the Malindi deputy county commissioners’ office while in Kilifi county as well.
CS education Due to prior commitments, Ezekiel Machogu was not able to open the exam containers at the Langata DCC office as scheduled.
Early education and fundamental education At the Westlands DCC exam container was PS Belio Kipsang.
On Friday morning, the KCSE theoretical papers began in earnest, with 884,263 students taking exams all around the nation.
English Paper 1 was given to the students first, and Chemistry Paper 1 was given to them at the end of the day.