ICPC Essay Winner Seeks More Security in Schools to Curb Exam Malpractice

The winner of the essay contest, organised by the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Crimes Commission (ICPC), Chiekezie Favour of Mountain Crest High School, Abuja, has called on the government and proprietors of schools to increase the presence of security personnel during exams to curb exam malpractice.

Chiekezie, who won in the junior category with her essay titled ‘A Good Name is Better Than Gold’, advised that students should study hard and put their minds towards their books, rather than just joining friends or just hanging around.

Chiekezie, who spoke shortly after she was honoured by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa in commemoration of 20 years after the establishment of the anti- graft agency, said security agents do not do up to half of the work they are expected to do, hence the need to be properly engaged.

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