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Teacher reportedly trying to sell exam answer sheet
A teacher reportedly caught trying to sell grade 10 examination answer sheets to students in Eastern Highlands province on Wednesday night is currently wanted for questioning by police, The National (October 14) reports.
It is alleged that the teacher from primary school within the area was caught with an accomplice as they tried to sell answer sheets to boarding students at Lufa Secondary School around 7:30pm on Wednesday.
According to Provincial Police Commander Supt. Alex N’drasal, the teacher’s accomplice is currently in custody. He said the principal became suspicious after seeing the movement of a hired vehicle at the school after hours and called police to check.
He added that when his officers approached the vehicle, the teacher took off on foot leaving his accomplice, who is unfamiliar with the environment and locals, in the vehicle.
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