Security agents shut three printing services outlets in Kuajok
Security forces in Warrap State’s Kuajok Town have shut down three commercial computer facilities for allegedly leaking the recently completed Certificate of Education Examination in the region.
According to Ayok Chol Ayok, Mayor of Kuajok Town, the anonymous printing outlets allegedly assisted certain persons in photocopying test papers.
Many have said that there is no need to close the three printing services on the basis of an accusation that someone printed test papers; the computer center owners have no issue, but the person who printed exam papers should be arrested.
Ayok said that his government, in concert with local security agencies, would examine the situation.
Responding to the charges, Warrap State Minister of Education Kuot Deng Kuot rejected statements made in a Radio Tamazuj report obtained by NCMP, which linked the event to the recent examinations. In contrast to prior years, he stated this year’s documents were technically encrypted.
“Those examinations cannot be leaked, and I have no knowledge of any leaks. There might be another reason why the security apparatus closed them that isn’t related to examinations,” Kuot denied.
“The examinations cannot be leaked since they arrived sealed and with the specified date, and if they are opened, it may even be known in the headquarters of the testing center in Juba.” “He claimed this.
According to Kuot, the security officers may have discovered other papers during the fortified general inspection.
“What I know is that there may be persons who defrauded students by giving them bogus examinations and claiming to have received the bulletins, and some students may believe this is true and go for it.”
“There is no exam leaking in Warrap State, and we have no problems with senior four examinations.” “Kuo was emphatic.
In the past, there have been reports of examination leaks all around the country.
Seven teachers were detained by National Security in March of this year for allegedly leaking elementary school papers via WhatsApp groups.