JUST IN: Four teachers have been arrested for engaging in Examination Malpractice.

 Educational Minister, Hon. Yaw Adutwum said in an interview that examination malpractrice will be a thing of the past, and the process is on.

West African Examinations Council has their eyes on to ensure a Malpractice free examination this time. Some persons allegedly to be teachers have been caught in an act to extend help to candidates in the ongoing examination at some centers.

Head Public Affairs at the West African Examination Council (WAEC), John Kapi, confirmed the arrest to Joy News.

Below is the report from him "the arrest was made in the Ashanti region, Tema Central and Central region.

“One individual was picked up in the Ashanti region when he was trying to approach the examination hall with some prepared materials for the candidates. We also picked somebody from Tema Central where the lady had a tablet that has some information she intended to pass on to candidates.

“In the Central region, Dunkwa-On Offin to be specific, we picked up two people who were answering the questions in the middle of the paper that they intended sending to candidates who were writing,” he explained.

According to him, the people arrested have breached WAEC’s exam rules.

“According to our WAEC rules and regulations governing the conduct of examination, if anybody breaches these rules, what we do is simply report to the law enforcement agencies, they are charged and sent to court.”

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