- In Nairobi, a student at Eastleigh High School was sending questions to somebody in Kisii, a teacher at Sir Newton High School had photos of exams.
- On Friday, 42 students at Dibuoro Secondary in Siaya county were arrested and detained. They were in possession of mobile phones.
Three people have been arrested for aiding cheating of the KCSE exams in Kericho.
The three; two chemistry teachers and a lab technician are helping police with investigations and are expected in court.
They were arrested on Friday after being found in possession of mobile phones containing this year's Chemistry practical paper.
Kericho county commissioner Kamau Karungo said the trio are from Kipkebur Secondary School in Sigowet, Soin constituency.
The teachers were identified as Leonard Korir, 28, and Collins Yegon Cheruiyot, 27. The lab technician is Erick Kiplangat, 30.
Schools' principal Amos Kirwa also recorded a statement with Sondu police and was later released.
Cases of exam irregularities continue to mar the test with varsity students arrested last week for impersonation.
Education CS George Magoha said he had allowed two students found with mobile phones on day one of the test to continue with the exam.
He however said anyone found aiding or cheating will carry their own cross.
“Those who have attempted to breach the sanctity of our examinations, we have arrested them. They will face the full force of the law and have themselves to blame,” Magoha said at Alliance High School on Friday.
The first week has seen several students, teachers, supervisors, and center managers arrested for abetting cheating
In Nairobi, a student at Eastleigh High School was sending questions to somebody in Kisii, a teacher at Sir Newton High School had photos of exams.
The CS also said a teacher was arrested in Garissa while taking an exam paper to her office on Monday at Airport View Secondary School while a center manager was also arrested for taking photos of the exam.
Brian Angwenyi, a third-year student at Kisii University, was found impersonating Nyamweya Martin at Kiamabundu High School in Kisii Central.
On Friday, 42 students at Dibuoro Secondary School in Siaya were arrested and detained.
The students were in possession of mobile phones which had contents of the Chemistry Practical and Swahili Paper.
Police said the phones had a Whatsapp group that was used for communication among the students.
At least 63 KCSE candidates and a supervisor were arrested in the Kakuma refugee camp over suspected exam malpractices.
The students were from two examination centres at the camp - Somali Bantu Secondary School (25) and Greenlight Secondary School (38).
An invigilator, supervisor, centre manager and police officer at Ngungi Secondary School in Mbooni were also arrested on Thursday over breach of regulations.
Candidates are set to begin their second week of KCSE on Monday.
The students will sit Mathematics PP2 and Biology PP1 before tackling Kiswahili PP3 and Religious Education PP1 on Tuesday.
(Edited by Bilha Makokha)