By Darlington Manyara
Students of a secondary school in Imenti south will have to resit the Kenya Certificate of Secondary School examinations after their 2015 results were cancelled.
The Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) nullified results of 25 students at Nkumari Mixed Day in Meru school due to irregularities in the Chemistry paper three (practical).
Leaders from the area on Saturday called for Knec's demobilization disbandment of Knec for failing to curb cheating in national examinations.
South Imenti MP Kathuri Murungi said more needs to be done to prevent cheating.
Mr Murungi said the incompetence and lack of integrity at Knec was evident and is a sign of the high level of corruption in Kenya.
"As an MP, I will lobby for its disbandment. Innocent Kenyan students who never cheated in their exams are being sacrificed and used as scape goat," he said.
He urged Kenyans to put collective mechanisms to curb graft to win the public confidence.
The leaders helped raise Sh280,000 to buy revision materials for the affected students.
Source: All Africa