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WASSCE 2022: MCE Wishes Candidates In Abuakwa North The Best Of Luck

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The Abuakwa North Municipal Chief Executive, Hon Alhaji Umar Bodinga, has wished final-year Senior High School Students in the Abuakwa North Municipality who are writing their final examinations the best of luck.

A total number of 3,593 students from 7 public and private institutions are sitting for this year’s Examination in the Municipality.


The West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), which is both for selection to tertiary institutions and for certification, kicked off on the 1st of August and will span through September 27, 2022.

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“I am hopeful that you have prepared yourselves very well for the task ahead of you after years of intensive studies. I kindly urge you to desist from practices that do not conform to the rules and regulations of the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC).” Alhaji Bodinga said in a message.

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He further urged the Officers of the West African Examination Council WAEC to eschew any form of intimidation which could affect students confidence.

“I also appeal to the officials of the West Africa Examination Council to be highly professional in the execution of their duties and avoid all forms of intimidation in the examination halls.” He added

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“I hereby caution all stakeholders to beware of scammers who demand money in exchange for Examination questions and report them to the Police for further action” he warns.

Below is the full statement;

GOODWILL MESSAGE TO FINAL YEAR STUDENTS WRITING 2022 WASSCE IN THE ABUAKWA NORTH MUNICIPALITY
The West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for final year students in Senior High Schools is here once more. It is on this background that I, Hon Alhaji Umar Bodinga Chief Executive for Abuakwa North Municipality wish all candidates participating in this year’s WASSCE the best of luck.

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I can boast that the Abuakwa North Municipality is the hub of vibrant private and public Senior High Schools with enviable academic track records.


It is my hope and prayer that the good Lord protects and favour you, grant you retentive memory throughout the period, so you can write the exams with all confidence and come out with flying colours.


I will urge parents and teachers to give out their utmost support, spiritually and financially to motivate candidates throughout this period.


I am hopeful that you have prepared yourselves very well for the task ahead of you after years of intensive studies. I kindly urge you to desist from practices that do not conform to the rules and regulations of the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC).I also appeal to the officials of the West Africa Examination Council to be highly professional in the execution of their duties and avoid all forms of intimidation in the examination halls.

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I hereby caution all stakeholders to beware of scammers who demand money in exchange for Examination questions and report them to the Police for further action.


On behalf of the President of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, and my good self, I wish you the best of luck, May God guide and protect you as you sit for this Examination.

SIGNED
ALHAJI UMAR BODINGA
MUNICIPAL CHIEF EXECUTIVE
ABUAKWA NORTH MUNICIPALITY.

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