Security closes 3 printing centres over leaking exams in South Sudan

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Security personnel in Kuajok Town of Warrap State have shut down three commercial computer centres for allegedly leaking the recently concluded Certificate of Education Examination in the area.

According to the Mayor of Kuajok Town, Ayok Chol Ayok, the unnamed printing stations reportedly aided some individuals to photocopy exam papers.

“The security personnel closed three printing services on the allegation that somebody has printed exam papers and these computer centres’ owners have no problem but somebody who printed exam papers should have been the one to be caught,” Ayok said.

He added that his administration in collaboration with security apparatus in the area will investigate the matter.

Responding to the allegations, Warrap State Minister of Education Kuot Deng Kuot refuted claims linking the incident to the recent exams.

He said this year’s papers were technically encrypted compared to previous years.

Kuot claimed that the security forces might have detected different documents from the fortified general examination.

In March this year, seven teachers were arrested by National Security for allegedly leaking primary school papers via WhatsApp groups.

SOURCE: Radio Tamazuj.

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