Over 1,800 candidates that took last year’s May Private West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) cannot access their results.

One of the candidates, a young Man, named Ansumana C. Korpoi, told Politico Newspaper that he and his fellow candidates of the Marampa Academy operating four campuses in Masiaka, Port Loko, Four Mile and Waterloo are yet to access their private WASSCE result with two months shy of a year since they took the exam.

Korpoi said all efforts to get their results have proven futile including a visit to the West African Examination Council (WAEC) which told them that they have no results for them.

The candidates have sought the interest of the government to intervene in the matter.

Reports, indicated that the proprietor of the school, a certain Ibrahim Kabia was arrested by the police concerning the incident but was released after he promised to refund the fees paid by the students. However, Politico reported that the proprietor defaulted on his promise.

The police when encountered with regards the issue said Kabia was not in their custody as the candidates continue their plea.