The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) now wants the results of the 574,125 candidates, who sat for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams in 2016, recalled immediately.
Speaking on Friday, KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion, claimed that after thorough investigations, they had discovered that due process was not followed in marking and releasing of the 2016 results.
“We were shocked at the curve. It is not a normal curve. So we launched investigations as a union and we have consulted widely, even inside government, and the narrative is the same, that these results are not a true reflection of the candidates’ performance,” Mr Sossion affirmed.
In the letter addressed to the Office of the President, Speakers of both National Assembly and Senate, KNUT is demanding the results to be moderated again over the abnormalities they discovered.
“We hereby, honestly and in the spirit of patriotism to the country demand immediate recall of KCSE results and be taken through a due process of moderation and grading appropriately by chief examiners at the subject level,” part of the letter to the Clerk of the National Assembly Justin Bundi reads.
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