Alfred Agoi Biography
1987- 1990: University of Nairobi for a degree in Economics
1985- 1986: Njiris School in Murang’a for his high school education, A-levels.
1981- 1984: Admitted to Chavakali High School for his secondary education,O-level.
1974- 1980: Joined Iganga Primary School, where he did his CPE in 1980.
Alfred Agoi Political Positions
Current Political Positions
From 10th March 2013: Member of Parliament for Sabatia Constituency
From 13th February 2013: Coalition Member of Amani (Peace) Coalition
From 8th February 2013: Member of United Democratic Forum Party (UDF)
Previous Political Positions
From 8th February 2013 – 4th March 2013: Aspirant Member of Parliament for Sabatia Constituency
2007: Aspirant Member of Parliament for Sabatia Constituency
Alfred Agoi on amendments to the Kenya National Examinations Council Act
He sponsored amendments to the Kenya National Examinations Council Act, seemingly to insulate candidates from arbitrary actions by the Council, especially in cases of exam malpractice.
He was motivated to draft the changes after the Knec authorities cancelled the 2014 KCSE exam results of over 300 candidates at Chavakali High School.
Angered by Knec’s dithering in the wake of the results cancellation, the MP said the amendments are aimed at giving candidates a say whenever such issues arise.
The Act, as it then was, shielded Knec officials from prosecutions in the event of exam cheating while at the same time denying candidates an instant remedy.
The only available recourse for candidates was the court process, which, the MP says, was not only expensive, but painstaking and laborious.
Agoi says examination leakage can only be done through collusion with Knec officials because they control the entire process.
“The old regime badly exposed candidates: The case of Chavakali School was that some candidates were condemned for a crime they never committed,” says Agoi
Alfred Agoi Committee Memberships
From 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Health
Alfred Agoi Contacts