WAEC Ban 35 Schools in Rivers for Examination Malpractice

WAEC Bans 35 Schools in Rivers for Examination Malpractice
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According to reports, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) have decided to ban over 35 schools in Rivers State due to alleged examination misconduct.

WAEC Bans 35 Schools in Rivers for Examination Malpractice

S.D. KUM, Deputy Registrar/Zonal Coordinator for the Head of National Office, informed the Rivers State Commissioner for Education in a letter.

He mentioned that the institutions had been charged with exam malpractice, which is a serious offence.

Christ Secondary School, Nonwa, Rootway Comprehensive College, PH, Millenium High School, PH, Excel Comprehensive College, Bori, Sonny Memorial College, Diobu, and Comprehensive High School, Khana are just a few of the schools.

Others include Community Sec. School Baen, Community Sec. School Ngo-Uyeada, Baptist Vocational College, Ahoada, Community Sec. School Ebubu Eleme, and John Wesley College, Bori.

The state’s Ministry of Education has yet to comment on the situation. Attempts to contact the Ministry to confirm the news were unsuccessful.

 

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