NECTA said they have identified Principals, Supervisors and guards involved in the fraud.
Necta Executive Secretary, Dr. Charles Msonde made the remark today when announcing the results of the seventh class and explained that in the sitting session today they had already informed the labor and law enforcement authorities to take action against those who were responsible for the fraud. Where now fraud has generally decreased while in 2011 it was 9,736 and this year it has reached 900.
Dr. Msonde said the nation's leading student was Grace Manga from Graiyaki Mara Primary School, followed by Francis Gwagi from Geita Paradise Primary School.
He said the third place winner was Loi Kitundu from Mbezi Primary School in Dar es Salaam, and Victor Godfrey from Graiyaki in fourth place.
"In academic performance, the English, English and Science subjects in the exam have improved and the subject in Mathematics has dropped," said Msonde.
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