The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has been ‘ordered’ by the Right to Access Information Commission (RAIC) to release evidence of exams malpractice to the Fontricia Children’s Foundation within seven working days.

Unconfirmed report says failure to make available case-by-case evidence of exams malpractice by some two thousand pupils whose WASSCE results were seized by WAEC, would be considered as a violation of the laws of Sierra Leone and WAEC could pay one hundred million leones on conviction.

The Head of WAEC could also be sent to jail for six months.

This is the latest development in the GIVE-US-OUR-RESULTS campaign that is being spearheaded by the Fontricia Children’s Foundation.