The Kenyan National Examination Council (KNEC) introduced a policy on the issuance of replacement certificates in 2009. So if you have lost a certificate that was issued anytime from 1981 to 2008, you can have it replaced by KNEC, read on to find out how.
You will need to attach the following documents:
- Copy of the certificate(s) or results slip(s)
- Letter of recommendation from head teacher of school attended or from PDE/DEO for private candidates and for candidates whose schools have closed down
- Sworn legal affidavit on identity of applicant
- Letter of recommendation from employer where applicable
- Police Abstract indicating loss of certificate(s)
- Knec Bank Deposit slip(Original)
- Copy of National Identity Card (ID)
The fees required for Replacement Certificate is Ksh 5,000.00 per certificate. Fees are payable at the KNEC collection accounts at the following banks:
- Equity Bank
- National Bank of Kenya
- Co-Operative Bank of Kenya
- Kenya Commercial Bank
You can download the application form and read more on the requirements from the KNEC Website.