WAEC says website not hacked

A letter signed by the head of Public Affairs at WAEC, Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, said the public should disregard the false claim which has gone viral on social media.

“The Council wishes to alert members of the public to a false news article circulating on social media purportedly issued by WAEC about the hacking of the WAEC website. The public is urged to disregard the contents of the said article,” the statement.

The statement comes after it was widely circulated on social media that the website of the examination management body has been hacked.

Subsequently, some media houses reported the incident.

But according to Mrs Teye-Cudjoe WEAC has a way of sending out information to the media.

In an interview with Radio Ghana, he censored the media for not verifying the information before publishing.


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