The West African Examination Council (WAEC) Public Affairs, Agnes Teye-Cudjoe has advised the general public to ignore the false claim which has gone viral on social media.
In a statement signed by Mrs. Cudjoe, read:“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,”
WEAC has a way transmitting information to the media. However, she censored the media for not verifying the information before publishing. She told Radio Ghana in an interview.
This follows after news making rounds on social media indicated that the website of the examination management body has been hacked.