Parents of candidates who got missing marks in the just released K.C.S.E exams today camped outside KNEC offices in Hurlingham to demand explanation of the results.
The parents claim that their children’s results came with XX results, a mark that they could not xplain.
Speaking to Ghetto Radio news Lydia Pwipo a Parent of Akinyi Sylvia says she was shocked to find out yesterday that her child had missing marks in the Kiswahili paper after sending her index number to 22252 code.
The Kenya National Examination council has announced that cases of missing marks in the 2016 KCPE exams will be resolved by Friday next week.
In a statement KNEC says that the candidates who received X results can contact the exam council.
However a section of Parents from Restoration Academy in Kibera have threatened to move to court to stop the form 1 selection exercise until the affected KCPE candidates are given their marks.