Security beefed up in Nandi ahead of KCSE, KCPE exams.

Nandi County Commissioner Olaka Kutswa PHOTO|COURTESY

Security to be heighten as Kenya certificate of primary(KCPE) and Kenya certificate of secondary(KCSE) exams approach.

County commissioner Kutswa Olaka has assured Nandi residents enough security to their children during exams.

” I want to state that in Nandi county we have an adequate security arrangement to ensure that KCPE and KSCE examination in the county are taken in a comfortable environment. ” said Olaka.

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He urged the residents especially in the hilly areas to be careful about landslide.

“We want to ensure that the county security and disaster committee to ensure they respond immediately and decisively to any disaster that emerges.” said the county commissioner.

KCPE will start on October 29, while KCSE is set for November 4.


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