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A/R: Avoid exam malpractice – Sam Pyne to BECE candidates

The Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE) of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) in the Ashanti Region, Sam Pyne has exhorted the competitors in the continuous Basic Education Certificate Examination (BEEC) not to endanger their future by participating in assessment negligence. 

He asked the possibility to learn hard and breeze through the assessment so they can access and profit from the Free Senior High School strategy. 

Mr Pyne offered the guidance when he visited some chose assessment focuses in the Kumasi city including OWASS, KSTS among others. 

A sum of 111, 423 competitors are composing the assessment in the Ashanti area involving 55,825 guys and 55,598 females. 

In the interim, the assessment which should begin at 9 am was deferred at certain focuses in the city including KSTS. 

The director for Center 'A' at OWASS, Mr Emmanuel Amoako Nyanor said in spite of the fact that they were prepared, the papers were not in as of 9:10 am. 

The Kumasi Metro Education Director, Mr David Oppong, credited it to the time the West African Examination Center delivered the papers to officials and the traffic circumstance in the city. 

Mr Oppong approached WAEC to chip away at its planning to forestall further event. 

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