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WASSCE 2020: WAEC clears air on leaked question papers



The West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC) has demanded that none of its inquiry papers for the continuous West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) has been spilled. 

The current year's assessment began on Monday, August 17 and has been damaged with reports of supposed flow of inquiry papers. 

Be that as it may, in an announcement by its Head of Public Affairs, Demainus Ojijeogu, WAEC kept up there was no spilled question paper. 

"There has been no spillage of any paper, at all. Some have even proceeded to misrepresent the top of the National Office of WAEC Nigeria, Mr. Patrick Areghan, as affirming the equivalent. 

This is a long way from reality and we take exceptionally solid exemption to it. 

"The gathering's checking/examinations have uncovered that some deceitful and traitorous managers/invigilators, and sometimes, competitors, snap the inquiry papers (while the assessment is in progress) and forward to their outside teammates who thus, give answers for the inquiries which they send to their endorsers by means of criminally-slanted sites, SMS and WhatsApp, even as this is against our guideline of: utilization of mobile phones in the assessment lobby isn't permitted," the announcement read. 

The test body likewise uncovered that "a few guilty parties, who were trapped in the demonstration in Bauchi, Nasarawa and Rivers states, have been captured and will be indicted."

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