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KCSE Marking: Kenyans on Tuesday awoke to shocking revelations of the poor conditions that teachers marking the 2019 KCSE exams at Machakos High School have been living under.

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Following the revelations Kuppet Sec-Gen Akelo Misori said that 700 KCSE exam markers at Machakos High had been ordered to leave after 2-day protests over the poor working conditions.

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However, some of the examiners were reported saying that they want Sh. 68 for every paper and their fares reimbursed if kicked out of the centre.

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They have been receiving Sh. 48 for every paper marked.

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