Accused of sharing corrected exam papers via WhatsApp, 8 Baccalaureate candidates arrested

Accused of sharing corrected exam papers via WhatsApp, 8 Baccalaureate candidates arrested
Accused of sharing corrected exam papers via WhatsApp, 8 Baccalaureate candidates arrested

This happened in Dahra Djolof. Indeed, the local gendarmerie got their hands on 8 candidates for the Baccalaureate. The latter are being prosecuted for having shared corrected exam papers through the creation of a WhatsApp group,” said Malick Ndiaye, president of jury 1050 housed at the Ex CEM1 high school in Dahra.

Subsequently, the 8 candidates for the Baccalaureate are excluded.

The president of the jury 1050 of the high school examination center ex CEM1 of Dahra Malick Ndiaye speaking to the press this Friday to explain how the facts took place,: > declared the president of the jury Mr Ndiaye. Thus, the 7 candidates apprehended at the jury 1050 are excluded and taken to the gendarmerie brigade of Dahra. Suddenly, the educational authorities learned that it is a coded WhatsApp group and composed of several members who are in other localities of the country. In short, the accused did not reveal the administrator of the WhatsApp group. Of the 8 candidates arrested, the 7 were on the jury 1050 of the high school Ex Cem1 of Dahra, one candidate was on the jury 1047 of the high school Doctor Daouda Sow of Dahra.

According to our sources, the 8 candidates are all being held in police custody at the Dahra gendarmerie brigade where an investigation has been opened to arrest the mastermind of the WhatsApp group in question.

The least we can say is that this alleged case of fraud in the Baccalaureate is fueling discussions in public places in Djioloff.

Zale Ndiaye (Linguère)

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