WAEC Finally Releases Results of Candidates of Owing States

WAEC Finally Releases Results of Candidates of Owing States

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has yielded to pressure to release the results of candidates for the May/June 2015 West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), earlier withheld as a result of indebtedness by some states.

This was due to the intervention of the Nigeria Governors Forum and other stakeholders who appealed to the examination body to reconsider its decision in view of the effect the withholding of the results would have on the future of the candidates.

Head of the Nigeria National Office of WAEC, Mr. Charles Eguridu, announced the release of the results, on Wednesday, at a joint news conference with the Deputy Director of the Nigeria Governor’s Forum (NGF), Alhaji L.O.T Shitu, after hours of dialogue on the debt owed the council by some states.

He disclosed that the results could be uploaded on the council website within 24 hours of the announcement, saying the decision was based on the wish of the council not to impede the educational progress of any Nigerian child.

He said: “Following appeals from our stakeholders, including parents, the All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools, notable Nigerians, other well-meaning citizens and most importantly, the intervention of secretariat of Nigeria Governors Forum, which we have informed is on the directive of the chairman of the forum and governor of Zamfara State, Alhaji Abdulaziz Yari, we have decided to hearken to appeals and review our earlier position.

“More so, the continued withholding of the results will adversely affect the educational prospects of the affected candidates for admission purposes.

“Consequently, the management of the council has decided that the results of the candidates of indebted states would be released in deference to all the appeals and commitment of the NGF.

“The results are, therefore, to be uploaded on our result website in the next 24 hours. This decision is based on our wish not to impede the educational progress of any Nigerian child,” he said

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    i never believed i could still see my waec result,this is my second time of writing waec exam,the first time i wrote i failed the subjects i needed most i was so confused,my parents was so angry with me that i have wasted their money telling me they wont enroll me next time again i lost all hope,i sat down for extra 2 years at home,i learnt different trade because my parents told me to work hard so next time i wont waste their money.finally they enrolled me this year warning this is the last time,i checked my result which i found out my result was withheld,i was so devastated how could i tell my parents such thing i concluded this is a home problem,A friend introduced me to one Mr Austine who works in waec office, i explained my problems and the situation am in,he collected my exam information and did all what he asked of me without hesitation,i never believed this waec office could actually help me release my waec result i will keep on thanking this great waec officer Mr Austine whom God has brought to wipe my tears,i can now show my parents my result and also i can still process my admission.For those who need help of any such with their waec result either upgrading or releasing of held result Mr Austine is the only man you can trust all you have to do is to follow his instructions and you will see a good result call him now on 08147291499

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