- A 2nd year KNUST student, Clinton Adusei Mensah, has been tried by Circuit Court for impersonation
- He is reported to have taken a WASSCE exam on behalf of one Isaac Baah who registered for the exam
- Mensah admitted the offence and has been accordingly charged
A second year student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Clinton Adusei Mensah, has been sentenced by a Circuit Court for impersonation.
According to a report by MyNewsGH.com, Mensah was convicted at the Bekwai Circuit court for WASSCE impersonation contrary to section (a) and (b) of the West Africa Examination Council Act 719 of 2006.
The case, which was presided by his Lordship Frederick Nawura, fined the suspect 50 penalty units.
A failure to pay the fine will result in a six months prison sentence slapped on the suspect.
The suspect was grabbed on September 8, 2018, at Bekwai Roman Catholic Basic School Examination center, where he was impersonating one Isaac Baah to write the Mathematics paper of WASSCE NOV/DEC exams.
According to sources, he wrote the exam with the index number 1059523551, which belonged to Baah, who had registered for the exams.
YEN.com.gh understands that the Bekwai WAEC monitoring team went to Bekwai Catholic Basic school Examination center on inspection of candidates writing the NOV/DEC – WASSCE exams, where they discovered the illegality.
They found the suspect writing a paper and upon inspection and verification, realized that his photograph differed from that of Baah.
He was consequently arrested and handed over to the police, for criminal investigations to commence. Mensah has since admitted the offence and has been accordingly charged.
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