Following a video of WASSCE Candidates protesting against strict supervision, the Special Aide to the Founder and Leader of Ghana Freedom Party, Emmanuel Abankwah Kesse, popularly known as Olumanba has registered his displeasure about the situation.
‘if these students were nervous about what they call ‘strict Supervision’ then it means they had intentions to cheat’, he stressed.
In furtherance to his displeasure, he said, ‘an Examination is not complete without strict supervision. There is a huge difference between Examination, Home Work, and Group work, this is an examination and such supervision is normal’.
‘They should shut up and write the exams.Under this same supervision, a serious student will pass the exams without complaining’, he noted.