by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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Passing university exams can be a headache when one is ill prepared although some educationists contend subjecting students to passing examination for grades is not a fair indicator.

In Accra, 22 final year students of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA), perhaps having failed to take their studies and school obligations seriously paid anything between GHc2,000 and GHc4,000 for a hacker to invade the university’s grading system to award them favourable grades for the 2015/2016 academic year.

Sadly for the deviants, numbering about 22, the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) got involved, tracked and detained the culprits including the hired hacker who showed remorse and assisted with the investigations.

The Academic Board has since met and expelled the 22 students although they have been spared criminal charges.


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Michael Eli Dokosi is a journalist and a formidable writer with a decade's experience. He is a blogger as well who currently owns and manages the news portal The site is a wholesome news platform with entertainment, political, general, sports, negroid and foreign news offerings with the tagline 'More than Straight News' because of its alternate take on issues. The blakkpepper name emerged because the site is Afrocentric and hot. The Managing Editor can be reached via cell line (+233) 0249907425 & (+233) 0262907425 and via email for adverts, enquiries and news coverage invites.