Govenor Ongwae has written to KNEC over 2014 KCSE results

Kisii County Governor James Ongwae has written a letter to the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC), asking to be given reasons as to why they did not release results for three schools in the county

Speaking to the press, Ongwae said that he wanted investigations done on the matter, adding that the act of cancellation of examination is so much demoralizing to parents of Kisii County and to the students as well.

“As the governor of this county, I want to ask them to conduct serious investigations and indicate what the causes for the cancellation are,” he said.

He said that the students are affected, yet the county is not even aware of what the problem is, adding that it is completely unacceptable to the county.

“The students performed well but they have not received any results. We have always had this very case with Kisii School each time they perform well, their result is either withheld or cancelled,” he said.

The Governor said that he hopes the Examination Council will give reasons for withholding the results, citing that it becomes so difficult to explain to the people of the county what happened when you do not have any reason known to you.

A section of some DFW leadership had similar sentiments. meeting at Balozi Hall in arlington, texas, they had this to say:

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