Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams started on a smooth note today morning with candidates starting with the Maths paper at 8 am.
A spot check conducted by Ghetto Radio at indicated that the first paper started at exactly 8 am without any delay.
Security at the schools was also tight as promised by the Kenya National Examination Council.
Riverbank Primary School headteacher Susan Muthui told Ghetto radio News that they are expecting the exams to go on well following their hardwork and preparations.
KNEC Chairman George Magoha had warned headteachers against bringing their mobile phones to school adding that anyone found culpable will be arrested.