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MOE Orders Principals to Release Learners’ KCSE Certificates, Despite Huge Fee Balances

The ministry of education has directed all primary and secondary school heads to give students their certificates even if they never cleared school fees.

The ministry has further warned schools from charging any fee balances from them prior to the release of the documents. This is contained in a circular sent by Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Education Dr Julius Jwan instructing all county directors of Education to ensure the directive is adhered to.

“The Ministry of Education has sent numerous reminders and circulars to schools through the field officers warning them against the introduction of extra levies, withholding KCPE/KCSE certificates and conducting illegal tuition during the weekend and school holidays,” Jwan said.

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Jwan maintained that over the years, the Government has cushioned pupils from poor backgrounds by introducing Free Primary Education and Free Day Secondary Education.

He revealed that the ministry has been receiving several complaints from parents and guardians whose children have not been given the vital certificates.

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