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A Perculiar Case - How To Get Primary School Leaving Certificate by Eros48: 8:06pm On Dec 29, 2022
My Fellow Nairalanders, I beseech guidance from your bottomless well of knowledge. Please turn up for me.

I need all the guidance I can get on how to get my primary school leaving certificate. I wrote my common entrance in the year 1999. I passed the examination and was admitted into a state secondary school in Lagos.

While I was in the higher institution, I lost my mum who was the custodian of my documents, this was in the year 2011. After I lost her, I went looking for all my credentials and documents I had left in her custody. I found all but the primary school leaving testimonial. This was where my problem began.

At the time I wrote the exams, alot was happening with us as a family. At some point we could not meet up with the financial requirements for the exam in the primary school I was attending, so I was withdrawn and my mum took me to a school owned by her friend to write the exams (School's name I do not know).

Since the discovery of the adsence of the testimonial in 2011, I have been plagued with frequent worry.

The biggest challenge is that the primary school through which I wrote the exams cannot be traced (mainly because I do not know the name), all forms of contact with the proprietor of the school (my mum's friend) had been lost since 1999. It has just been crazy. At some point my dad tried to go through the center where I wrote the exams (Ojo girls cantonment), only to meet a dead end.

I do not know what to do at this point. I would appreciate every guide or support I can get.

Thank you in anticipation.
Re: A Perculiar Case - How To Get Primary School Leaving Certificate by Uyi168: 6:05am On Dec 30, 2022
what do u need the certificate for?
Re: A Perculiar Case - How To Get Primary School Leaving Certificate by Eros48: 8:57am On Dec 30, 2022
Firstly, Opportunities.

At the moment, my field of practice is purely technical and my employer didn't request for it.

But, I also had missed a couple of opportunities in previous years. Some very reputable organizations include it as a requisite. I hear it's used as a tool to guage age by HR (Not really sure), but I have come across a couple.

Secondly, Esteem value.

I feel a great dissatisfaction knowing I wrote an examination but may never have evidence to prove I did. I also feel that in the near future a necessity may arise for it, be it political or economic.

I therefore think it's best to make hay while the sun shines as a stitch in time saves nine.

Thank you.
Re: A Perculiar Case - How To Get Primary School Leaving Certificate by DeanOlamide(m): 9:10am On Dec 30, 2022
Eros48:
My Fellow Nairalanders, I beseech guidance from your bottomless well of knowledge. Please turn up for me.

I need all the guidance I can get on how to get my primary school leaving certificate. I wrote my common entrance in the year 1999. I passed the examination and was admitted into a state secondary school in Lagos.

While I was in the higher institution, I lost my mum who was the custodian of my documents, this was in the year 2011. After I lost her, I went looking for all my credentials and documents I had left in her custody. I found all but the primary school leaving testimonial. This was where my problem began.

At the time I wrote the exams, alot was happening with us as a family. At some point we could not meet up with the financial requirements for the exam in the primary school I was attending, so I was withdrawn and my mum took me to a school owned by her friend to write the exams (School's name I do not know).

Since the discovery of the adsence of the testimonial in 2011, I have been plagued with frequent worry.

The biggest challenge is that the primary school through which I wrote the exams cannot be traced (mainly because I do not know the name), all forms of contact with the proprietor of the school (my mum's friend) had been lost since 1999. It has just been crazy. At some point my dad tried to go through the center where I wrote the exams (Ojo girls cantonment), only to meet a dead end.

I do not know what to do at this point. I would appreciate every guide or support I can get.

Thank you in anticipation.




Look for the nearest Adult school and enroll with them ..


They will enrol you in the next primary leaving certificate examination and that sort it out ..



Your case is not as serious as it is .


Use the nearest adult school and enrol with them ..

Cheers
Re: A Perculiar Case - How To Get Primary School Leaving Certificate by Eros48: 9:18am On Dec 30, 2022
DeanOlamide:



Look for the nearest Adult school and enroll with them ..


They will enrol you in the next primary leaving certificate examination and that sort it out ..



Your case is not as serious as it is .


Use the nearest adult school and enrol with them ..

Cheers
I appreciate the tip, thank you very much.
Re: A Perculiar Case - How To Get Primary School Leaving Certificate by DeanOlamide(m): 10:28am On Dec 30, 2022
Eros48:

I appreciate the tip, thank you very much.


Good luck bro!!!

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