Malpractices: WAEC Candidates Forced to Buy WAEC T-Shirts to Be Eligible to Write Exams - Schoolcontents.info

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Malpractices: WAEC Candidates Forced to Buy WAEC T-Shirts to Be Eligible to Write Exams

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In what may sound untrue, a INVICTA98.9FMKaduna‏ has reported a case of a WAEC centre asking their students to buy WAEC customized T-Shirts.

According the FM radio,

 students writing SSCE and buying the WAEC T-Shirts for N2000 each
Tweet on the allegation
What this is about all students writing SSCE and buying the WAEC T-Shirts for N2000 each? Why can't students write WAEC with their regular school uniform?

This follows a post by a good Nigerian reporting a Suleja WAEC centre to WAEC and ICPC on what he termed mass malpractice.

The students were asked to pay for scripts and it was made compulsory for every candidates.
Suleja allegation of malpractice in WAEC

WAEC has taken up the case as the body was quick to ask where the incident has happened.

WAEC is ready to combat malpractice to its maximum. The body has been devising several mechanisms to reduce malpractices in her exams. This was why they recently carried the general public along and encouraged people in what they called “whistleblowing” to report to the body.

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