• Jerusalema is answerable for a portion of the spillage of WASSCE papers
Jerusalema, the administrator of an online media page that arrangements in released West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, papers have been captured by the National Security agents, GhanaWeb has learnt.
The work force from the National Security captured this WASSCE apo seller at Kasoa, in the Central Region.
In a Facebook post located by GhanaWeb, instruction NGO, The Africa Education Watch, stated: “Breaking News: Notorious Telegram WASSCE Apo Dealer, Jerusalema, has been captured by National Security in Kasoa!”
WAEC had demonstrated that two papers have been compromised in the continuous WASSCE.
The Council said its examinations had uncovered that concentrates of the 2021 Elective Mathematics and English Language tests, had been found in the public space.
George Ohene-Mantey, Head of Test Administration at WAEC, said bits of the papers were found to have been coursed before the assessment as “the ‘cheating’ web-based media bunches were going full bore.”
The CID was requested of by Africa Education Watch (Eduwatch) to explore the conditions prompting the spillage of papers for the 2020 WASSCE.
As per the Executive Director, Kofi Asare,
his organization has accumulated proof that when explored could help the assessment body and government reinforce their nature of evaluation, by including security and furthermore improve their believability.
“We have been catching inquiries, between 10:30 pm and 4:00 am, basically for four WASSCE subjects. It began from the twentieth of August with Food and Nutrition 3, then, at that point it moved to Elective Maths at some point last week,” he disclosed to Joy FM in a meeting.
“This week English released and around the same time as English paper, NAPTEX Social Studies came around. Then, at that point this day break at 4:00 am we got the Physics, so this is the fifth one we have caught.”
Kofi Asare further demonstrated that, Eduwatch started conversations with the CID about the examinations on Tuesday, September 14, and consequently presented their proof and hotspots for the spilled questions.
He said that his group purchased those spilled inquiries between GH¢30 to GH¢100 from a few. He said that his group purchased those spilled inquiries between GH¢30 to GH¢100 from certain stages via online media.
“Along these lines, we believe that it is the ideal opportunity for the CID to take care of their job and help the public authority of Ghana, discover where the inquiries are spilling. Clearly, the inquiries are not spilling in the homeroom, they are not spilling in the focuses.
“They are spilling in a night prior to the papers, so all the time you understand that the time it spills is really when the inquiries ought to be in the protected care of the solid room (of WAEC) and not at the schools. That is the reason we feel that the CID should step in.
“It spills starting from the earliest stage, to the schools and winds up via online media. Without a doubt, our screens in around 100 schools affirm that the inquiries get to the schools before they get to the web-based media stages,” Kofi Asare said.
Medikal remanded to prison custody for 5 days
Hiplife artiste, Samuel Frimpong, famously known as Medikal, has been remanded to jail authority for five days.
This was the decision of a Circuit Court judge in Accra on October 22, 2021, on the artiste’s first appearance in court for waving a weapon.
Medikal, who has been accused of show of arms and ammo, argued not blameworthy to the charge.
At the consultation on Friday, counsel for the Ghanaian rapper, Emmanuel Yeboah Gyan, asked the court to concede his customer bail as he is a decent resident and had family on reserve to meet the bail conditions.
In any case, the arraignment went against the supplication, contending that the singular freedoms of Medikal to bail are compliant to the local area interest, which should be ensured. He further contended that pieces of the case are as yet being scrutinized.
Managing Judge, Emmanuel Esandoh, favored the indictment and remanded Medikal to the Ankaful detainment facilities in the Central Region for five days.
This comes scarcely a day after dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, and four others were remanded into police care following a supposed weapon assault that ended up being a fabrication. Shatta Wale is additionally serving his remand at the Ankaful Prison in the Central Region.
They were remanded by an Accra Circuit Court on Thursday, October 21, 2021, during their first appearance in court.
Medikal was at the court premises to offer help to Shatta Wale.
Shatta Wale was gotten by the police for getting out bogus word about a death endeavor at his home in Accra on October 19, 2021.