Exam leakers will face the law- BEC

Moreetsi Thobega PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Moreetsi Thobega PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

As the nation awaits the identity of six people alleged to have leaked the 2023 Botswana General Certificate of Secondary Examinations (BGCSE), the Botswana Examinations Council (BEC) has assured the public that the sextet will face the law.

Even though examinations body could not state the exact date of when the six individuals will appear before court, BEC CEO, Dr Moreetsi Thobega confirmed in a media brief on Friday that investigations into the matter are ongoing and the police have since seized the suspects’ gadgets.

“The police are currently busy with their investigations and I can confirm that the six adults are yet to appear before court and the police have since seized their gadgets for further investigations.

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