2 teachers arrested for trying to help BECE candidates cheat

The police detained 2 teachers for engaging in examination fraud at the Upper Denkyira East Municipality of the Central Region’s Dunkwa Secondary Technical Centre.

The two suspects, Albert Adu-Gyan and Yaw Adadai, were arrested when they attempted to smuggle into the examination hall some solved examination questions for candidates writing this year’s Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) at the center. Both suspects worked as tutors at their respective schools, PEEBLE Calvary and Oxford Santech.

2 teachers arrested for trying to help BECE candidates cheat

The two suspects each had two mobile phones, and the papers with the answers to the questions were written on two different sheets of paper.

Both suspects have been taken into custody, and they are scheduled to appear in court.

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“We would like to caution the public against indulging in examination malpractices in the ongoing BECE, as the police will arrest any persons found involved in such practices,” the police stated in a statement. “We would like to caution the public against indulging in examination malpractices in the ongoing BECE.”

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