As the former graduates for the last year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination await their final and certified results for the continuation of their education into the second circle educational institutions.
the Chief examination body has deepened the wounds of anxious students who are keenly waiting to receive their performances on Thursday, 19th January, 2023 as earlier scheduled by the Ghana Education Service, but unexpectedly, the supervising judges have contrary views.
This is to pave ways for further investigations into suspected examination malpractices and some sort of irregularities noticed before and during the conduct of the examinations.
According to the West African Examination Council, WAEC, various schools that were believed or suspected to have taken part in the perceived cases, have been duly summoned to answer cases of suspicious activities and other outstanding issues before the results are finally released for both public and private schools across the country.
The WAEC therefore cautions the public to be wary of fake news going rounds on social media platforms that WAEC was scheduled to release the BECE examinations results yesterday as earlier announced.
The institution therefore expected the schools cited in the irregularities and malpractices in the conduct of the examinations to appear before it and answer questions meant for them before the final decisions would be visited thereof and any school that has been invited fails to show up, should blame itself at the end of the day and not the examination body, WAEC.