Matiang’i’s announcement comes after the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) on Friday called for the results of the 574,125 candidates, who sat for the 2016 exams, to be cancelled.
Through KNUT Secretary-General Wilson Sossion, the teachers 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.
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