West African Examination Council (WAEC) Demands Evidence On Claims Of Examination Malpractices During WASSCE 2021

The organisers of the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE), the West African Examination Council (WAEC) is demanding evidence of an examination leak from the just ended WASSCE 2021

WAEC has put it to education think tank, Africa Education Watch to provide evidence to their claims that there was an examination leak during the WASSCE 2021

The public relation officer of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), Agnes Teye Cudjoe has rubbished a report from the African Education Watch, saying that schools name in their report to have been involved in the examination leak were not in operation and did not partake in the just ended examinations

“Insaaniya Senior High School does not currently exist. The school was closed down in January 2021. No candidate was registered by Inssaniya Senior High School for the WASSCE 2021 neither was the school used as an examination centre.”

“We wish to ask EduWatch to give us further clarifications because we have taken note of some of the issues he raised in the report.”

“We wish to further state that the council has taken note of the serious allegations made in the report of malpractices in certain schools, and we will probe the issue further to ascertain the veracity or otherwise of the claims made.”

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