Dadieso SHS: WASSCE Apor Chats of Teachers leaked, names pop up

Dadieso SHS exam leakage story

Chats of teachers demanding money and sexual favours to allegedly help students engage in exam malpractice hit the internet yesterday. At the time of this publication, chats regarding the allegation have been sighted by edulearnweb.com.

READ: Dadieso SHS teachers allegedly engaged in exams malpractice -WAEC must act

The Ghana Education Service, PTA, and Old Student Union if any must begin to peak truth to power and ensure the leadership of the school are brought to book for allowing students of the school to be treated like this and under their watch. The greedy and selfish interest of a few minorities must not be allowed to impact the larger school community.

These alleged extortions of money and requests for sexual favours must be investigated. WAEC and the GES have a huge responsibility of ensuring students in their final year and writing the 2020 WASSCE are not made to go through this ordeal. We are reliably informed that the leadership of the school have not been able to explain scores obtained by the school in their 2019 integrated science examination.

A discussion between a teacher and a student being persuaded to pay for apor

In our third story expect audios, WASSCE Apor Chats of Teachers leaked, and other shocking revelations uncovered.

 

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In this publication, we release the alias names of the teachers involved. Teachers known as Ortega, papa, Oyiima, and Vasco are said to be the arrowheads of this crime according to the whistleblower.

Agian, Ortega, Vasco and moffty have been named as those who often make sexual advances towards female students.

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One Sir Collins has been identified as the manager of Apor in Dadieso SHS, according to our whistleblower.

It looks as though the school is becoming an indiscipline community instead of a place where law and order prevail and the teacher’s code of conduct becomes a guide to professional teachers under the Ghana Education Service.

Let the right thing be done, GES take action.

 

 

 

Source: Edulaernweb.com

 

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