The former deputy minister of Education, Hon. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa took to his page drawing the attention of GES over leaked Wassce. Many are genuinely and legitimately concerned about the widespread reports of a leaked Integrated Science paper which is casting dark clouds over the credibility of the 2020 WASSCE.
He added, Surprisingly, the GES statement I just read makes the claim that the subject being reported to have leaked is General Paper when everyone knows the matter in issue relates to Integrated Science which is scheduled to be written on Monday. Even more worrying is the attempt by the GES statement to create an impression that annual reports of examination leakage are a normal development. There can be nothing normal or acceptable about examination papers leaking.
The GES statement does not, therefore, address the fundamental issue, neither does it engender the much-needed confidence or reassurance.
He concluded by saying, “It is imperative that the Government commissions an independent investigation into these reports and take more proactive steps to safeguard the image of Ghana’s education and the sanctity of certificates issued.”.