WAEC Hasn’t Banned Bright SHS; Disregard False Publications! - Management

Authorities of Bright Senior High School in Akyem Kukurantumi of the Eastern Region says media publications that the school has been banned by the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) are false.

Publications in a section of the media this week seems to suggest that WAEC has unrecognized the school for the next three years over the unfortunate incident which took place in the school where some WAEC invigilators were allegedly attacked by some of the candidates during this year's West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

According to management of the School, it has not received any letter from the examination body to that effect therefore the report must be disregarded.

The Public Relations Officer of Bright Senior High School, Dr. Isaac Asare, addressing the general public, said; "Bright SHS was notified about a publication online indicating that Bright SHS has been banned from writing WASSCE Exams for three years .we were so shocked because WAEC has not sent us any information or Communication regarding that decision so we were so shocked. Therefore , we decided to check the source and in the story one Asaase radio was mentioned that they had a breakfast show where they interviewed a WAEC PRO so we had to follow up and verify the authenticity of that story and we found from Asaase radio editorial team that nothing of that sort exist. So we want to tell the public that they should disregard the story, the story is not true. The school has not been communicated to regarding a decision of this kind’’.

He urged the public, particularly parents, to cross check and authenticate any information from the school to avert needless anxiety.

The PRO also urged the media to be circumspect in their publications threatening that henceforth the school will not hesitate to take legal action against media houses that publish fake news about them as a measure to protect its reputation.

The school management further disclosed that their students recorded unprecedented performance results in this year's WASSCE.





 
 
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