Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed has said there are no credibility issues as the KCPE examinations gets underway countrywide.
Amina told journalists on Monday preparation for the exam are going on smoothly.
“Pupils, teachers, the Kenya National Examination Council and county commissioners are comfortable,” the CS said.
Anyone caught leaking exam papers will be fined Sh2 million or they face a jail term of 10 years.
Individuals found culpable of maliciously damaging exam materials will be imprisoned for five years or they will pay a Sh5 million fine.