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WAEC publishes names of 13 suspected 2019 WASSCE cheats

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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has published the names and index numbers of 13 persons suspected to have been involved in examination malpractices during the 2019 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidates.

The 13 suspects are to visit the Accra Office of the WAEC between August 26-28, 2020, to clear their names.

In a public notice, WAEC said they are to assist the Council to conclude its investigations into alleged irregularities.

“Candidates are being informed that their refusal to honour this invitation shall not prevent the Council from making a final determination in the matter,” the notice said.

The 13 include; Kwayie Danquah Ama, Addison Owusu, Ernestina, Portia Armah, Aidoo Janet Danquah, Kwateng Pamela, Lilian Debrah Mensah, Ansah Kwaku Isaac Asempa and Spendilove Ahyemang Duah.

The rest are; Agbeko Ebenezer Kobena, Adimah Elizabeth, Cobbina Aaron, Addaebi Ishmael and Cobbina Clement.

Below are the names and index numbers of the 13;

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