Security has been beefed up across the country ahead of the start of the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations today.
The exams start amid fears of chaos in some parts of the country following Monday’s announcement of disputed Presidential results.
Several senior government officials among them CSs will open of seals of exams in various parts of the country as a show of confidence.
Police headquarters said they have liaised with the examination council to ensure safety in all schools.
Security has also been heightened in areas prone to banditry.
There was tension and riots in parts of Nairobi’s informal settlements on Monday night shortly after IEBC declared Uhuru Kenyatta as the president-elect.
Police said incidents were reported in Kibera, Kawangware, Limuru, Roysambu, Embakasi, Luckysummer, Babadogo and Mathare.