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The Kenya National Examination Council on Saturday evening admitted to posting misleading results through the bulk SMS service.

The examining body, however maintained that the results on the official portal were accurate and properly truncated. 

Truncated simply means if it was a B(plus) it would have the appropriate signage B+.

Satirical social commentator and journalist Gabriel Oguda used the following analogy for the KNEC blunder.

“The Kenya National Exams Council has hurriedly released a statement covering their tracks for the incompetence they have shown the country since the KCPE 2023 results were released.

SOME IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE.

FIRST – The KCPE 2023 results were released on Thursday and not Wednesday as claimed here. If the people who released the results don’t even know when they did it, how are we supposed to trust the source of the results themselves?

SECOND – The Exams body admits that the SMS Service Provider picked results from a source not related to the KNEC portal. This is a grave revelation that has the potential for a class action suit for parents who spent money on fake results.

THIRD – KNEC admits they awarded wrong results for students who complained, and they’ve since correctly updated the scores.

TRANSLATION: If you feel your child received results they didn’t deserve, please hurry while stocks last.

FOURTH – An entire KCPE class of 50 scoring 75% each in the Science Paper is not cheating according to KNEC. The new term for cheating is COINCIDENCE. You learn a new thing every day.

FIFTH, and most importantly. You wasted your time and money sending SMS to the short code number, when you could just have walked to your school and received the real results that KNEC recognizes.

Thanks for throwing easy money on fake results.

It was nice doing business with you, and see you again when the KCSE 2023 results are announced shortly.”

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