The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has revealed that it's investigative team is tracking websites and social media handles aiding in the circulation of examination questions in the ongoing WASSCE.
According to the WAEC, it has identified their mode of operations which includes enticing students to pay money while questions are solved for them while some circulate the question papers hours before they're written.
During a conference held by the WAEC, Head of Test Administration Division at WAEC, George Ohene Mantey, said anybody who is found to be behind tge circulation of the exam papers on social media would be dealt with accordingly.
"Our investigative team is tracking these websites and have discovered their modus operandi which includes enticing students to part with money for questions including past questions and posting of the actual questions in social media."
Mr. Ohene Mantey stated that after receiving the actual questions, they are solved and posted in Whatsapp groups.
Also, some invigilators and supervisors have been asked to discontinue their roles while investigations are being conducted into their alleged involvement in examination malpractices at some centres.
"Some supervisors have been stopped from providing services, we've had to ask them to stop and report them to the police. As I speak, there's anter in tge Western North Region where an invigilator is in court and others too are yet to appear before court", he concluded.
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