Education cabinet secretary George Magoha has once again displayed is prowess of curbing cheating in KCSE.
The non-nonsense Cabinet Secretary has introduced tough measures to ensure no student get access to examination materials before the right time.
Information reaching Public News desk is that the ministry officials have directed exam papers to collected 30 minutes later than before.
The center managers are required to collect papers at 6:30 am. This is in a bid to reduce the time between arrival in school and when they are issued to students.
Early last week four students of KEMU University were arrested with KCSE and KCPE materials.
George Magoha is now hoping to curb cheating in KCSE once and for all.