WAEC Threaten Results Of Candidates From Debtor States


The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has released the May/June 2015 Senior School Certificate Examination, SSCE, results, with a threat to withhold those of candidates of states owing candidates’ registration fees.

The council’s head of National Office, Charles Eguridu, announced this in Lagos at a press parley which held on Monday.



    WAEC had earlier disclosed that 19 states owed it about N4bn and has threatened to withhold the result of candidates from these states.

    It was gathered that the number of states owing has reduced to 13 but the examination body insists it will continue to withhold the results of candidates from the remaining states untill the fees are paid.

    Eguridu said the examination board withheld 118,101 candidates’ results out of the 1.5 million students that sat for the examination.

    The body also said the results of candidates in public schools under the states owing WAEC, would be withheld until the state governments pay their candidates’ registration fees

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