The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has sought to work with the Nigerian Police to end the threat of exam failure.
This was announced during a courtesy visit to the Police Inspector General Mohammed Adamu at the Armed Forces Headquarters in Abuja earlier this week.
The head of the National Office (ENT) of WAEC, Patrick Areghan, led his team on the courtesy visit.
WAEC spokesman Demainus Ojijeogu told AmazingReveal.com that ENT wanted the police to assist in the prosecution, arrest, demonstration and prosecution of all perpetrators. This includes chaperones, chaperones, and students who are suspected of having been involved in various forms of exam failure in the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates 2020.
According to him, 13 suspects have been caught since the trial began a month ago.
The WASSCE is expected to end this weekend.
The WAEC chief also wanted the police to help fight “rogue websites” through the Nigeria Police Cyber Crime Unit and other resources at their disposal.
“There will be close cooperation between the Council and the Nigerian Police in the coming weeks,” he added.
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