WAEC

BREAKING: Police File Charges Against Senator Adeleke over Examination Malpractice, as President Buhari intervenes

Fresh report reaching NEWS FLAKES NG as at PRESS TIME has it that few hours after news of confirmation of his certificate by West African Examination Council, WAEC emerged, the Nigeria Police force has filed charges of examination malpractice, impersonation and criminal conspiracy against the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the coming Saturday’s election in Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke. The police filed the charges at the Federal High Court in Abuja. NEWS FLAKES NG gathers that speaking to journalists in Abuja today Police spokesperson, Jimoh Moshood, said that investigations revealed that Senator Adeleke and his brother Sikiru Adeleke registered and sat for the National Examination [Read]

BREAKING: WAEC confirms PDP Candidate Adeleke sat for 1981 exams

  The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has confirmed that the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for Saturday’s governorship election in Osun State, Ademola Adeleke sat for its examination in 1981. WAEC made the confirmation in its response to an order made on September 11 this year by a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), in Bwari, Abuja, directiing the examination body to produce Adeleke’s result. In its affidavit sworn to by Henry Sunday Adewunmi Osindeinde a Deputy Registrar Head of School Examination Department, WAEC said sat for the May/April 1981 at Ede Muslim High School, Yidi Road, Ede, with Centre Number :19645 and Candidate Number [Read]

GCE 2018: WAEC reschedules English Language Paper (SEE NEW DATE & REASONS HERE)

  Fresh report reaching NEWS FLAKES NG as at PRESS TIME has it that the West African Examinations Council has postponed the English Language paper earlier scheduled to hold on Saturday, September 22. WAEC revealed this on their Twitter handle, @waecdirect, when a candidate wanted confirmation of the postponement of the paper. The examination body tweeted: “English Language papers will be written on September 29, 2018. Please, go to our registration site (registration.waecdirect.org) and download the timetable.” The postponement is speculated to be due to the governorship election holding in Osun State on September 22, the earlier date of the examination. [Read]

BREAKING: WAEC extends registration deadline for Nov/Dec WASSCE

Fresh report reaching NEWS FLAKES NG as at PRESS TIME has it that the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has extended the registration period for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidates (Second Series) to July 27, 2018. The examination, more popularly known as November/December WASSCE, will hold between August and October. A statement on Thursday by the Council’s Head of Public Affairs, Demianus Ojijeogu, listed 17 banks where candidates could register within the time frame. They are: First Bank, Eco Bank, Diamond Bank, Guaranty Trust Bank, FCMB, Access Bank, Sterling Bank and Union Bank. Others are: UBA, Stanbic IBTC Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Fidelity Bank, [Read]

BREAKING: We’ll Release WASSCE 2018 Results Within 45 days – WAEC Spokeman READ MORE HERE >>>

  The West African Examinations Council has reassured the nation that it is committed to releasing the results of its 2018 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination in 45 days. The council’s Head of Public Affairs, Mr . Damianus Ojijeogu , disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Lagos . The council, he said, was satisfied with the conduct of the just concluded examination for candidates nationwide. NAN reports that the WASSCE for school candidates commenced on March 27 and was concluded on May 15. “ We are indeed happy that the examination was hitch -free . Right now , we have commenced [Read]

BREAKING: WAEC Bans Private School Teachers from Supervising Exams READ FULL GIST HERE >>>

Fresh report reaching NEWS FLAKES NG as at PRESS TIME has it that the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has banned teachers from private schools from supervising its examinations. The ban has, however, angered Christian faith-based schools who say they are being targeted. The President, Association of Christian schools in Nigeria Ekaete Ettang, stated this on Thursday in Jos, Plateau State, during a press conference, while reading a one page communiqué of a meeting attended by 82 proprietors affected by the decision of WAEC banning their staff from supervising examinations. Mrs. Ettang said the decision of the national examination body must be reversed. She said if WAEC fails to do [Read]