Police capture 17 school administrators, instructors exam malpractices

The police on Friday strutted 17 school directors and educators for supposed association in examination malpractices. 

They were said to have released the questions to students during the August/September West African Examination Council assessments the nation over. 

The Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Frank Mba, who marched the suspects at the Force Headquarters in Abuja on Friday, said the assessment body is working together with the Nigeria Police Force to reinforce the uprightness of its assessment measures. 

He stated, "It is in accordance with this new methodology and organization that we present to you today (Friday), an aggregate of 17 suspects captured from various pieces of the nation. 

"Incomprehensibly, the main part of these speculates who are helping the execution of the extortion and test misbehaviors all happen to be people who were utilized, prepared and paid to advance the instructive framework. I am discussing educators. Every one of them are educators. 

"They are the ones that function as bosses, invigilators or as the host instructors in the schools the tests are led." 

He forewarned individuals from people in general, including guardians, gatekeepers, instructors and contender to quit participating in test misbehaviors, taking note of that the power has created hearty innovations that can distinguish, follow and capture culprits of test acts of neglect. 

"Every one of these suspects would be summoned under the steady gaze of skilled official courtrooms in the nation. As I address you, some of them have just been charged to court," Mba said. 

Mrs Omolemi Hassan, who spoke to the Head of National Office, WAEC Nigeria and Registrar to Council, valued the police for their joint effort. 

She expressed, "During the tests, numerous individuals were discussing spillage, etc. There was no spillage by any means. 

"It was only a circumstance where those we trusted with our inquiry papers, the individuals who were assigned by Ministries of Education in various states were the ones after we gave them doubts papers might be at 9am for a test of 9.30am, they halted to take pictures and put on sites and WhatsApp gatherings. They are for sure the ones who have attempted to leave our endeavors." 

One of the suspects, who is the head of a private auxiliary school in Rivers State said he didn't do it for money related addition. 

He clarified that was just attempting to "help students in my school pass the examination in light of the fact that the Covid (pandemic) has kept them home this while and they have not had the option to consider."

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