2 Kisumu teachers charged for exam paper possession

November 5, 2015 9:50 am
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Calvince Odima and Isaac Owuor, both contracted by the Board of Governors of Lions High School were charged with two counts before Principal Magistrate Thomas Obutu/file
Calvince Odima and Isaac Owuor, both contracted by the Board of Governors of Lions High School were charged with two counts before Principal Magistrate Thomas Obutu/file
KISUMU, Kenya, Nov 5 – Two teachers have been arraigned before a Kisumu court charged with being in possession of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Business Studies paper.

Calvince Odima and Isaac Owuor, both contracted by the Board of Governors of Lions High School were charged with two counts before Principal Magistrate Thomas Obutu.

They were allegedly found in possession of an examination paper before it was done by the students. The second count states that they were involved in an examination malpractice.

The two denied the charges and were released on bond of Sh100,000 with surety of similar amount.

The case will be mentioned on November 18 and hearing set for 19th the same month.

The two teachers were nabbed by police and the Kenya National Examination Council officials on Wednesday after a tip off.

Police raided the school while ransacking the offices and frisking both teachers and students before the two were caught with the examination materials.

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