The West African Examination Council (WAEC), has said that it has withheld the results of over 2,769 candidates who sat for the May-June examination held across the country this year.
In a statement signed by the Council’s Principal Public Relations Officer Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, and copied to The Herald said, the Council revealed that the entire results of all candidates presented by 77 schools have been withheld, pending the conclusion of investigations into various examination malpractices.
In the same regard, the entire results of 2,769 individual candidates from other schools were being withheld.
WEAC, the statement said “withheld results will be released as soon as the Council concludes investigations into examination irregularities committed”.
WAEC has also released provisional results of 391,420 out of the 409,759 candidates that wrote this year’s exams.