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Tweneboa Kodua SHS WASSCE students must be punished -Moses Anim, member of the Select Committee on Education

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MP and member of the select Committee Mr Mose Anim has urged school authorities to punish Tweneboa Kodua SHS WASSCE students who floated or broke school laws.

Moses Anim, who doubles as a member of the Select Committee on Education, has justified government’s provision of past questions to final year senior high school (SHS) students.

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He explained the pamphlet was to guide and enlighten the students on how best they can write the ongoing West African Senior Schools Certificate Examination (WASSCE)
He further explained the pamphlets weren’t meant to aid students or “Apor” as most of the student taught towards the exams but to refresh their memories – especially less privileged students from rural areas – on answering questions accurately
He also revealed on am interview held on Thursday, August 6 while reacting to acts of violence at the Tweneboa Kodua Senior High School at Kumawu in the Ashanti Region.
Mose Anim condemned the act and vehemently asked the school authorities to deal with the students so that it does not repeat itself in the school or anywhere else.

The legislator noted the government before the WASSCE exams wanted to ensure credibility in the exams hence supplied mathematical sets and calculators to every student.

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Students, teachers and other invigilators who would be supervising the exams across the country, according to Moses Anim, were cautioned not to send cell phones to the examination centers
All these arrangements, he said, were done to avoid exam malpractices in the ongoing WASSCE.
The Trobu MP took a swipe at Minority members in Parliament for politicizing with the attitude of the students, stressing that it would endanger and jeopardize the future of the students.
He thus entreated the final year students partaking in the ongoing WASSCE to focus on their studies and desist from exams malpractices.


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