The principal of the Ganta United Methodist High School in Ganta, Roger Domah has disclosed report that the past West African Examination Council (WAEC) National examination was marked with fraud, cheating, and scandal. According to Mr. Domah, the process disgraced the educational sectors in the country. Professor Domah told this paper that seventeen of the students were caught with the National Examination materials in the examination hall during the test in Ganta, Nimba County.
“These students were caught with the national examination materials during the administration of the examination center at the Ganta United Methodist School campus, and were turned over to the police with the fruit of crime (FOC),” Mr. Domah disclosed.
Principal Domah further explained that he has written an official complaint to the WAEC office in Monrovia to investigate the alleged scandal of the national examination in Nimba County.
Mr. Domah served as supervisor during the national examination within the Bain-Garr school system in Ganta, Nimba County.
Principal Roger Domah said during preliminary investigation, all the students admitted to the crime and begged for forgiveness.
He said one of his teachers, identified as Abraham Sayon was linked to the crime but has since been dismissed and being turned over to the police in Ganta.
When contacted, the Bain Garr Education District Schools Supervisor, David Z. Kezeh confirmed the report and said Abraham Sayon admitted to the CID in his presence of aiding the students.
He said the police is yet to comment on the case and he doesn’t know why the police is pussy-footing in the case.
When contacted via mobile phone, the county CSD Commander, James Karto confirmed the report and said one of the suspects has been arrested and another is still at large.