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Mr Carlos Kinsley Ahenkorah, Member of Parliament for Tema West on Wednesday distributed over one thousand pieces of mathematical sets to candidates of this year’s West African Examination Council (WAEC) in Tema community five.

The MP, who is also a Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry visited several private and government schools including; the WAEC Hall and the Tema Secondary school, his Alma Mater.

“I know the journey has not been easy and smooth sailing, but I believe you have prepared yourselves well for the examinations to be able to excel and come out with flying colours, I will like to advise you to eschew cheating and avoid all forms of examination malpractices as the consequences thereof when you are caught could easily lead to the cancellation of your results” Mr Ahenkorah said.

At the WAEC hall, the 865 students who received the mathematical sets cheered the MP and applauded him as well for the show of love.

At the Tema Secondary school 540 students took delivery of the mathematical sets.

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