See How These Two Teachers Were Caught And Arrested For Trying To Give The WASSCE Students Apoh - Full Details. Two teachers at the Ahamanso Islamic Senior High School (SHS) have been caught up and arrested by the Kadjebi District Police department as they meander their own ways to help the students cheat by trying to write up apoh in relation to the English Language Paper Two. In doing so, they have been caught up and handed to the district Police custody.

The foreign teacher who happened to be the external invigilator from the office of West African Examination Council (WAEC), Mr. Ephraim Nukpertsi, with an act of reaching the examination centre thus where the exam was taking place, saw Musah Mohammed, a teacher in the school who is 33yrs engaging some unprofessional actions, snapping pics and videos of the ongoing English examination question paper with his Techno Spark4 smartphone.

Although, Musah Mohammed is a Mathematics teacher who has been placed to supervise at the examination centre on Monday but disclosed that Felix Ocloo, who is an English Language teacher ask him to do him such favor so that this people wouldn't failed his subject. Mr. Felix was accused for that reason.

Both of the two teachers were arrested and subjected before the Kadjebi District Magistrates Court and the mathematics teacher, Musah Mohammed appealed guilty to the situation and was however sentenced to serve three months hard labour in prison for such conduct.

The English language teacher who asked Mr Musah to took pictures of the examination paper for him, Mr. Felix Ocloo, never made any attempt to plead guilty to the charge on him. He was however told by the Magistrate court to reappear on the 11th of October 2021 for his accusations to be outlined.

It has also come to the public notice that, the West African Examination Council bory (WAEC) has rescheduled the Physics 2 and 1 and Business Management 2 and 1 papers in the 2021 ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for candidates since they presume that the questions have been already leaked which is going viral on social media. 

The West Africa Examination Council (Waec) undertook such actions to make well informed investigation on whether the leaked questions are indeed the real one. So the have postponed the day which the candidates supposed to have partake the papers.

“The examination body (Waec) has planned on scheduling a new date for the postponed papers and however will be communicated in due course to the entire public,” Mr George Ohene-Mantey, Head of Examination Test Administration Division, WAEC body, stated during the press conference in Accra.

Although the examination Council did not made categorically clear the reasons for the post ponding of the papers (Physics a the business paper), Mr Ohene-Mantey said after the administration of the test as they experienced the occurrence of leaked questions in some social media platforms.

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