Two tutors busted for exams malpractices in ongoing BECE

To ensure that the ongoing Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is free from examination malpractices, the police have arrested two tutors for their alleged involvement in the act.

In a tweet by the official Twitter handle of the Ghana Police Service, it disclosed that

on Monday, 7th August, 2023 it rounded up two people for engaging in examination malpractices at the Dunkwa Secondary Technical Centre in the Upper Denkyira East Municipality in the Central Region.

The two suspects, according to the statement, are Albert Adu-Gyan and Yaw Adadai, tutors of PEEBLE Calvary and Oxford Santech schools respectively.

They were arrested when they attempted to smuggle into the examination hall some solved examination questions to candidates sitting for their finals.

The police advised the public to shy away from engaging in such acts. “We would like to caution the public against indulging in examination malpractices in the ongoing BECE as the Police will arrest any person(s) found involved in such practices,” the statement said.


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