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University student remanded to custody for sitting KCSE

Davis Ongiri (Pictured) a first year student at Maseno Univeristy has appeared in an Ogembo law court in Kisii for allegedly participating in examination irregularity.

Prosecutor Wainaina told the court that the culprit was caught within the school compound on Thursday evening.

While appearing today before Ogembo senior resident magistrate Nafula, the accused admitted that he had registered as a candidate for this year’s KCSE at Nyansakia Secondary school Gucha sub-county in a bid to improve his grade.

Magistrate Nafula, accepted to remand him for five days in order to give time for investigation to be concluded.

“The suspect will be remanded at Ogembo police station to give time to the prosecution team to conclude investigations,” Nafula said.

The accused will take plea on 19th November.




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