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Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by HonNL: 4:23pm On Sep 20
Sit-at-home: FG takes decision on South East candidates who missed 2021 WASSCE

The Ministry of Education on Monday assured that candidates who missed the 2021 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) in the Southeastern region following the enforcement of sit-at-home by some secessionists, will be given another opportunity to write the examination.

This was disclosed by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Mr Sonny Echono while monitoring some examination centres in Abuja on Monday.

Echono frowned at the Sept. 13 disruption of examination centres in the South East, particularly in Imo State.

He, however, expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the examination across the country which was written by over 1.57 million candidates.

According to Echono, the ministry will put modalities in place to ensure that the candidates who missed the examination in the South East are given other opportunities to write it.

“We are very pleased that all around the country; examinations are going on peacefully as we have a total of over 19,000 exams centres across the country with over 1.57million registered candidates.

“Besides the disruptions we had on Sept.13 in the South East where some candidates were stopped from doing the exams, it is a peaceful examination.

“We are complying with all the standards and ethics of examinations, we are pursuing very hard more cases, incidence or possibilities of examinations malpractice because we have a zero-tolerance for examinations malpractice.

“We shall punish any person found culpable and ensure that sanity is restored in our system,’’ he said.

Echono further said that the ministry did not encounter challenges in preparing students for the examinations aside from the COVID-19 pandemic.

“All COVID-19 safety protocols are being strictly adhered to in centres across the country,” he said.

He said that although some schools were closed in states due to the COVID-19 pandemic, alternative arrangements were made especially for exit classes to take the examination.

On the possibilities of examination malpractices, Echono said that cases were usually collated at the end of the examination, pointing out that the culprits would also be brought to book.

He said the ministry was collaborating with relevant examination bodies and Non-Government Organisations to fish out candidates involved in examination malpractices.

“This is because we have a lot of miscreants who are perpetrating and deceiving people. We are going to undertake a general overhaul for all those offering so-called services to candidates.

“We didn’t see much of malpractices in internal examinations like this because these are students who are already in school,” he said.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the permanent secretary led the monitoring team to the Federal Government Girls College (FGGC) Bwari and Government Girls Secondary School, Dutse.

It was also observed that the students of the GGSS, Dutse, were in full compliance with COVID-19 protocols.

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Fahdiga(m): 4:24pm On Sep 20
IPOB should not bite more than it can chew. My niece has been crying since today for missing her exam. This is getting out of hand

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Olunmercy56(f): 4:35pm On Sep 20
Thank God for those poor students among them that can't afford another form fee

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by slawormiir: 4:52pm On Sep 20
Damnnn niggar
Isoright.....

Nice one....everybody deserves a second chance


And for those ipob, biafra and oduduwa supporters

Know this.....
Biafra and oduduwa is a dream and goal that can't be reaized and actualized
The force holding this gadmnnn nation is too strong..
It is not the normal weak Van der Waals forces, forces that can easilybe broken.

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by MrrGary: 4:52pm On Sep 20
Thank you PMB for the second chance..

The kids are lucky you didn’t teach them in the language they will understand




cheesy cheesy

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Saskay44: 4:52pm On Sep 20
Ok
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Cj4charles(m): 4:52pm On Sep 20
Better
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by richmond500: 4:52pm On Sep 20
Ipobs piglets speaking to PMB in the language he understands.

They said Biafra is bigger than Buhari but when Buhari came to SE, all biafrans ran into their houses and locked themselves grin grin

They are only powerful against innocent maidens and secondary school students.

Cj4charles:
You already pointing finger even after knowing IPOB distanced themselves from the continuous sit at home going on there... Ogbenii relax
Ipob distance which self.

Ipob is a very stupid group just like their leader, they always distance their head from their brains when doing something, na so Biafra go be? Make policies and later distance urself?
Tunda fire ipob piglets

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by sylve11: 4:53pm On Sep 20
To every action, there is equal and opposite reaction. cool
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by BigSarah(f): 4:53pm On Sep 20
good news...
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Aderewah: 4:53pm On Sep 20
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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Cj4charles(m): 4:53pm On Sep 20
Fahdiga:
IPOB should not bite more than it can chew. My niece has been crying since today for missing her exam. This is getting out of hand
You already pointing finger even after knowing IPOB distanced themselves from the continuous sit at home going on there... Ogbenii relax

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by CelestineNelson: 4:53pm On Sep 20
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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by sylve11: 4:53pm On Sep 20
Fahdiga:
IPOB should not bite more than it can chew. My niece has been crying since today for missing her exam. This is getting out of hand

Na una dey glorify their acts since, so make una bear the brunt. cool

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by nairavsdollars(f): 4:54pm On Sep 20
Resit what? Abeg give all of them A. They can't write any exam as they are mentally and pschologically traumatised

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by SimplyFacts: 4:54pm On Sep 20
What exactly would it take the IPOB to lift the ban any day the students have exams? Na dem know who dey give them advice sha.

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Brightale(f): 4:54pm On Sep 20
Good, but what about those that were killed for going to school that day. Mtcheew. We've forgotten them, just like that. Chai

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Medical58: 4:54pm On Sep 20
Nice one

Wishing them good luck
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Lugianostar(m): 4:55pm On Sep 20
IPOD are fighting a battle without a strategy and is affecting everyone there.

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Petersamuel8(m): 4:55pm On Sep 20
Good one
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by AcademicWriter: 4:55pm On Sep 20
Will they amon-seating with a different examinations queries?
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by KingAzari: 4:55pm On Sep 20
Igbo People Will Soon Turn Their Angst Against This IPOB Miscreants Or The States Will Sponsor Their Rival Groups And There Will Be Clash Between IPOB1 And IPOB2.

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Undying74: 4:56pm On Sep 20
AcademicWriter:
Will they amon-seating with a different examinations queries?
Most definitely
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by Odogwubest: 4:56pm On Sep 20
Okay
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by braveboy64(m): 4:56pm On Sep 20
Failed leadership caused everything cry
Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by chukel(m): 4:56pm On Sep 20
Fahdiga:
IPOB should not bite more than it can chew. My niece has been crying since today for missing her exam. This is getting out of hand
you have been supporting ipob. Welcome to the party.

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by stanluiz(m): 4:56pm On Sep 20
Fahdiga:
IPOB should not bite more than it can chew. My niece has been crying since today for missing her exam. This is getting out of hand
Shey una dey support their sit at home ?

It is now affecting you .

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Re: Sit-At-Home: South East Candidates Who Missed 2021 WASSCE To Re-Sit by wellmax(m): 4:56pm On Sep 20
IPOB when the new date is announced, go there and scatter things again you hear.

Taliban in the making.

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