The DCE for Ningo-Prampram, Hon. AL-Latiff Tetteh Amanor has advised candidates of the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to desist from examination malpractices, he said this when he visited Ayetepa D.A Basic cluster of schools and Nyigbenya D.A. in Tsopoli.
Addressing the candidates, he told them about the many prominent personalities that emerge from the district and why it was important to protect that image. “We don’t want to come in the news or be the headline for the wrong discussions” he said, he urged them to have the confidence in writing the exams, “never allow the paper to intimidate you, for success awaits all of you.” He added. He also admonished them that their success at the exams will determine which profession they will belong to in the future, because without good grades, they could not go far.
He was accompanied by the District Director of Education, Madam Sarah Adibrosu who made it known to the candidates that WAEC has a way of detecting malpractices. When caught, the papers of those candidates will be put aside for further investigations which will delay in the results of the candidates. She pleaded with the candidates to desist from any act that will affect their future.
At Ayetepa D.A Basic Cluster of schools, 359 were registered, 209 are boys and 150 girls while 2 of the candidates are pregnant and 1 absent without any reason. The exam’s is under the supervision of 12 invigilators and 2 supervisors at that centre. Nyigbenya D.A. basic school registered 288 candidates ,156 comprises boys and 132 girls. 4 have absented themselves. 10 invigilators and 2 supervisors.