Officials of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) on Monday embarked on an inspection visit at the various centers registered for the just commenced 2021 WASSCE.
Schools and centers visited were T.I Ahmadiya Senior High School, Kumasi Anglican Senior High School and Serwaah Nyarko Senior High School; all located within the Metropolis.
Officials who partook in the exercise were the Deputy Coordinating Director for KMA Madam Yevon Nabo, Metro Director for Education Mr. David Oppong, Public Relations Officer for KMA Henrietta Aboagye, executives of KMA’s Education Committee, PRO for the Metro Education Directorate among others.
The aim of the exercise was to observe how students were responding to the exams, their level of compliance to all examination regulations of WAEC and COVID-19 protocols as they wrote their first paper (English).
On behalf of the Acting Kumasi City Mayor Hon Osei Assibey, Coordinating Director – Administration Yevon Nabo at the end of the inspection told the media that she was much impressed by the successful commencement of the exams and how the candidates were complying with all regulations at the various centers.
She charged the candidates to exercise much determination, alertness, revise hard on all subject areas they were thought so as to come out with better results.
Madam Yevon before the start time allotted for the first paper admonished candidates at T.I Ahmadiya to use the moment to prove the impact of the academic training and knowledge they acquired through the tutelage of their teachers.
Metro Education Director Mr. David Oppong also called on them to stay away from all forms of examination malpractices so as to safeguard their performance and results.
ABOUT 2021 WASSCE- KUMASI METRO
In all, 14 schools within the Metropolis registered for the 2021 WASSCE.
A total of 19856 students registered and out of the number, 10015 were males whiles the remaining 9841 were females.