College student charged for alleged selling of KCPE and KCPE fake exams papers

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Oscar Brighton, a student at Zetech University, has been charged with possessing KCPE and KCSE exam papers.

Brigthon denied possessing national examination papers obtained illegally from an unknown location in Kenya on various dates between March 7 and 10, 2022.

He was also charged with a second count of disclosing the contents of the exams to another person using his cellphone, which he denied.

Chief Magistrate Wendy Kagendo released him on Ksh 1 million ($10000) bond.

Police reported Brighton was arrested while he had the fake papers in his possession, as well as copies of them on his mobile phone.

“He had created several WhatsApp groups where candidates were asked to deposit between Ksh1,600 ($16) for Humanities to Ksh2,600 ($26) for Sciences,” stated the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

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