Mabel Fosua was caught when officials of the west African examinations council (waec) were on a routine visit to the schools.
The police have arrested a female tutor of the Agona senior technical school(Ashtech) for allegedly engaging in examination malpractice.
The Agona District police commander, ASP Owusu Poku who confirmed the incident to Asaase news derk said investigations are on going.madam Fosua was allegedly caught reading out answers of the exam to her candidates.
A sheet of paper containing pieces of information written in red inks has been retrieved from the accused, A police statement read.
The sekyere South District commander, ASP Owusu said the suspect has been cautioned and released on a service enquiry bail.
We are still investigating the issue be sh( the accused) has not admitted to the offense but statement have been taken from her. The examiner's is yet to submit his statement to the investigation" ASP, Owusu stated.
Issues of examination malpractices have been topical in Ghana recently, after Africa education watch, uncovered a cartel that distributes question and answers on social media.
The National Security Agency arrested the leader of the group at Kasoa in the central region.
Two teachers who were also caught up in in the Oti region are also serving a three - month jail terms for committing a similar offense.
WAEC in a statement released said at least 11 schools are under surveillance following widespread of exam malpractice in the ongoing wAEC.
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