The Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu, Mr Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has revealed that he has actually footed the bills of all 1,624 West African Elder School Certificate Assessment (WASSCE) candidates in his constituency, to allow them access their assessment results online.

This follows the release of the 2020 WASSCE results.

The North Tongu MP, in a Facebook post on Saturday, 14 November 2020, composed: “Happy to reveal that all 1,624 WASSCE prospects in my beloved North Tongu can now access their 2020 outcomes just launched by WAEC for totally free.”

Mr Ablakwa added: “I have actually set up with suppliers to provide their total expenses to me for payment.

Wanting all prospects the extremely finest”

On the other hand, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has actually cancelled the subject outcomes of 2,383 candidates who sat the 2020 West African School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The prospects had their outcomes cancelled for “engaging in collusion, bringing foreign material to the evaluation hall and tearing part of their question papers to solicit help.”

This was exposed in a statement released by WAEC to on Friday, 13 November 2020 to reveal the release of the provisional evaluation outcomes.

The Council further disclosed that it cancelled the whole outcomes of 480 prospects for “bringing mobile phones to the evaluation hall.”

Likewise, “the whole outcomes of 384 prospects have been kept pending the conclusion of examinations into numerous cases of evaluation malpractice spotted during and after the conduct of the assessment”.

” In the meantime, scripts of candidates from 122 schools in certain subjects are undergoing scrutiny,” the statement kept in mind.

It added that “the kept outcomes of prospects may be cancelled or released based on the result of the examinations.”

An overall of 375,763 candidates sat the assessment from 976 schools.

It represents an 8.6 portion rise in contrast to the 2019 population of 346,098.

The Council noted that the release of the results follows “the conclusion of all post-examination procedures.”

WAEC also indicated that the “outcomes of the prospects will be dispatched to their schools.”

It, therefore, encouraged the candidates to go to “their heads of school for their outcomes.”

WAEC even more disclosed that the Council has actually posted the “results online and candidates who so desire, may access their outcomes” on its website.

It likewise warned all “stakeholders, especially the candidates, to be cautious of fake results sites and the activities of fraudsters who promise to update outcomes free of charge”.

” Candidates are to note that all WAEC results are secured and can be validated.”