Six captured for distributing counterfeit PLE tests. The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) and the police have captured six individuals associated with being engaged with assessment misbehavior.
Police and other security offices revealed the guilty parties in Kireka requesting over shs 10m from schools. Therefore, UNEB affirmed the captures in front of the beginning of the Primary Leaving tests on Monday.
In addition, those captured includes; Eliphaz Magara, Michael Mulindwa, Joshua Mazinga, Francis Walakira, Stephen Ofumbi, and Tonny Okwenyi.
Jame Turyatemba, the official responsible for national assessments, however, said the suspects at the end of this week received their arrest. In territories of Namungoona, Namugongo, Mukono, Nsangi, Wakiso, and Masaka.
“In this procedure, various corrupt individuals who have been managing in counterfeit PLE papers. Therefore, they indicate to be the genuine UNEB assessment papers have been captured,” Turyatemba said.
“These untrustworthy individuals have been gathering huge totals of cash from clueless Ugandans. However, from different schools with a guarantee that they will convey to them veritable UNEB PLE papers,” he included.
Turyatemba said that when of their capture, UNEB had not discharged any Primary Leaving Examinations to the field for instance.
In conclusion, the Primary Leaving Examinations commencement Monday with 695,700 competitors.