A private school in Nakuru is on spot for transferring and registering candidates in other schools contrary to their parents’ wish.
Residents took to social media on Sunday over the matter just before national examinations commenced decrying the move taken by the school.
The outcry drew the attention of Ministry of Education and investigations launched into the matter.
Speaking in Nakuru on Tuesday morning when he led multi-agency team in monitoring the distribution of examination materials to various centres, Education Principal Secretary Julius Jwan said investigations into the matter are complete.
He was quick to note that an action shall be taken once the report is submitted to the Ministry adding that it was illegal for a school to do such.
“You are aware of an incident in Nakuru where a private school decided to transfer candidates to other schools without the knowledge of the parents. The matter has been investigated and we shall take appropriate action since the school acted contrary to the Kenya National Examinations Council regulations” said Jwan.