Gospel performer MOG claims he needs a capable attorney to defend him in court proceedings against the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
MOG said that the examination institution invalidated his results when a colleague falsely accused him of cheating in an interview with Doreen Avio on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz.
He added that WAEC had discovered a leak that had led them to an Adisadel College student who had been busted for selling exam questions to pupils in their final year.
The kid who was caught in the act identified MOG as his counterpart throughout the investigation, saying that they worked together to complete the task.
“It was an agonizing time. I went to ADISCO to do my SSCE, and one of my friends had the questions. However, he was selling them, and for some way WAEC learned of this.
“So WAEC located him, visited the school, and had him taken into custody. He worked alongside a coworker, but he preferred to refer to me as his partner. When WAEC barged into the room and dragged me outside for an interview, I was working on one of my papers.
“I drafted a declaration and informed my parents since my coworker was confessing to them that I was his partner. After WAEC filed a lawsuit, our papers were revoked without a court hearing. I am aying this on air,” he explained.
MOG remarked of how it affected him, “It affected me emotionally and psychologically. I need a lawyer to help me get my SSCE scores because I had to take additional admission examinations to get into the university.
“That is one painful thing in my life,” claims MOG. Nothing here today indicates that I visited ADISCO. I need a lawyer to assist me in going to court to obtain it. I’ve promised myself that by the end of the year, I’ll go to court to get that case recalled,” he stated.