Gospel musician MOG says he wants to sue the West African Examination Council (WAEC) for wrongfully canceling his results.
MOG in an interview with Doreen Avio on Hitz FM’s DayBreak said that he needs a good lawyer to represent him in court against the examination institution.
According to MOG, WAEC canceled his results after a colleague wrongly accused him of cheating. He explained that the examination institution had traced a leakage of the questions to one student at Adisadel College.
When the student was caught, he framed MOG by naming him as his counterpart in the crime.
“It was a painful moment. I went to ADISCO, and I was writing my SSCE and one of my mates had the questions, but he was selling them and for some reason, WAEC got the info that there is someone doing that.
“So WAEC traced and came to the school and had him arrested. He had a colleague he did the job with, but he rather named me his partner. I was writing one of my papers when WAEC stormed the hall and took me out to investigate me.
“My colleague was swearing before them that I was his partner, so I wrote a statement and told my parents. WAEC took it to court, and they canceled our papers without any court hearing. I am saying this on air,” he explained.
“It affected me emotionally and psychologically. I had to do another entrance exam to go to the University and I want a lawyer to help me get my SSCE results.”
According to MOG, “that is one painful thing in my life. As I am here, there is nothing that shows I went to ADISCO. I want a lawyer to help me to go to court just to get it. I have told myself that by next year I am going to court to recall that case,” he said.