Anxiety and curiosity filled KCPE students ahead of the release of their national examinations that will be released later today.
Education officers and the Kenya National Examination Council have for the better part of the morning, been holed up in a meeting ahead of the release.
The marking of the examination papers was completed on Friday, a marathon exercise that ended with the passing of a teacher who collapsed and died at a marking center.
A total of 1,088,986 candidates sat for the examinations and will be expected to recieve their results today.
Speaking at an earlier address on irregularities, Professor Magoha said that cases of irregularities had declined, and immediate action was taken against all who had been involved in the malpractice.