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A/R, Bosomtwe District: Eschew Exams Malpractices- Lawyer Asuming Esq. advises 2021 BECE Candidates, as He visits Exams Centres.

A/R: Avoid exam cheating– Lawyer Asuming Esq. advises 2021 BECE candidates.

The District Chief Executive (DCE) of the Bosomtwe District Assembly (BDA) in the Ashanti Region, Hon Joseph Akwasi Asuming, Esq. has advised candidates in the ongoing 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BEEC) not to jeopardize their future by engaging in examination malpractice.

He urged the candidates to learn hard and pass the examination so that they can access and benefit from the Free Senior High School policy.

Lawyer Joseph Asuming gave the advice when he visited some selected examination centres in the District such as Jachie-Pramso, Beposo, Feyiase among others.

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A total of 3861 candidates are writing the examination in the Bosomtwe District in which 2602 and 1225 were boys and girls respectively.

Meanwhile, the Chief Executive eulogized the candidates to shun every fear and panic that are associated with examination.

The Bosomtwe District in the Ashanti Region is endowed with prominent personalities in the country, such as the current Ghana education minister, who also is the Member of Parliarment of Bosomtwe Constituency, Hon. Dr. Osei Yaw Adutwum, the current Ashanti Regional Minster, Hon. Simon Osei Mensah, Hon. Lawyer Joseph K. Asuming the current District Chief Executive and many others.

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The DCE therefore urged the candidates to write and bring not only glory to themselves and their families but also to the President of the Republic, the Education Minister, the Regional Minster and to him the Chief Executive.

The District Director of Education, Mr Agyemang Dua Prince, commended the West African Examination Council WAEC for releasing the papers to officers on time.

According to him a total number of 103 schools comprising with 62 public schools and 41 were private schools produced the total candidates. However 2 candidates were said to have been absent, one person was dead and the other one has travelled.

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Meanwhile the Member of Parliarment for the area who doubles the Minister for Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum has issued a message of success to all the BECE Candidates across the country especially to the people of Bosomtwe District his Constituents.

Reporting for heroesghnews by Rexkin Ohene Boateng, Hello Fm, Kumasi.

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