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WAEC: Source Behind 2021 WASSCE Physics Paper Leakage Arrested

Godfred Darko, a rogue Telegram group operator allegedly responsible for the leakage of the 2021 WASSCE Business Management and physics papers has been arrested by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) security operatives.

This was made known on Friday, 17th September 2021 on graphiconline that Godfred Darko was captured at Kasoa in the Central Region and handed over to the police for investigations.

“The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has managed to arrest the operator of one popular Apor WhatsApp group dubbed Jerusalema, he is Godfred Darko alias Mr Phresh from Central Region,” the WAEC official stated.

According to him, other administrators of the notorious 2021 WASSCE questions leakage group including Marcus, Gyimah Motive, Marshal and Sir Eben are at large and wanted by the Examinations Council security operatives.

He said the Council’s security in collaboration with national security has deployed a team of security personnel throughout the country to arrest all the unscrupulous individuals behind all the Apor rogue websites.

The WAEC staff said his outfit investigative team is currently tracking operators behind Telegram and WhatsApp groups including Ruth, Eminent Link, Mr Robert, Success Room, Mr IUPAC, Brotherhood and WAEC Secret Helper.

The activity of these notorious boys usually called Apor dealers Wednesday, September 15, 2021, forced the non profit organization, (WAEC) to postpone the conduct of two subject papers after questions for the exams leaked online. As at now no specific date has been released for the writing of Physics and Business Management which leaked.

The 2021 edition of the WASSCE for School which commenced on Monday, August 16, 2021, with 446,321 prospective candidates representing 221,437 males and 234,884 females from 965 schools will end on Friday, October 8, 2021.

Persons associated with the conduct of the ongoing international examination including supervisors and invigilators have been urged to be vigilant and refrain from taking their mobile phones to the examination hall.

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