WAEC set to face Education Watch in a legal tussle over malpractice report


According to information sighted by GhanaTalksRadio, the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC ), has hinted of possible legal action against Africa Education Watch.

On Wednesday, the African Education Watch, issued a report on its assessment of the 2020 West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination. The report identified many irregularities during the examination period, which is termed as malpractice. 

WAEC said, the report issued by Africa Education Watch is fraudulent and inaccurate.

The Public Affairs of WAEC Agnes Norkor Teye-Cudjoe, refute the claims that the examination papers were leaked to the public.

Rev. Victor Brew, the head of legal department of WAEC said, all options are on the table, including legal action against Africa Education Watch over their misleading report. 

Meanwhile, the Africa Education Watch has ask WAEC to embrace the criticism in good faith in oder to enable enhanced reform of the council and its credibility, especially in the conduct of examinations.