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Enugu student who passed 2019 WASSCE with 7As  dies of cancer

Chisom Chukwuneke, a student who emerged the best 2019 candidate of the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, WASSCE, in her school, has passed away after battling blood cancer. Douglas Ifeanyi Uzochukwu, Principal of   Graceland College in Enugu where she graduated from last year, confirmed the tragic development to TheCable Lifestyle yesterday. Blood cancer, also
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Keep schools open, private school owners tell FG

How 2020 WASSCE wobbled, fumbled to a close

…Exercise beset by malpractice …WAEC to sanction perpetrators By Adesina Wahab and Elizabeth Osayande NOT a few Nigerians heaved a sigh of relief when the Federal Government finally confirmed that the country would take part in this year’s West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations, WASSCE, conducted across the subregion by the West African Examinations Council,
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Keep schools open, private school owners tell FG

Lagos monitors COVID-19 safety compliance strategy for WASSCE

By Adesina Wahab In a bid to ensure safety in schools as the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) began, the DIrector General, Office of Education Quality Assurance, Lagos State Ministry of Education, Mrs. Abiola Seriki-Ayeni and her team have embarked on COVID-19 safety and hygiene compliance monitoring exercise to ensure that schools adhere
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Names: WAEC withdraws certificates of 10 candidates over impersonation

7 students writing WASSCE in Gombe test positive for COVID-19

Seven students of Government Girls Secondary School, Doma, Gombe State, have tested positive for COVID-19. The Federal Government had permitted schools to reopen partially on August 4 for graduating classes to write their examinations. Speaking yesterday, Commissioner for Education, Habu Dahiru, said the government had conducted 1,100 tests on the final-year students following their resumption.
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Gombe pays over N200m outstanding WAEC, NABTEB, NBAIS exam fees

Anxiety over performance of Nigerian candidates in 2020 WASSCE

…No cause for alarm say NUT, NAPTAN, NAPPS By Adesina Wahab STUDENTS, parents, teachers, even school owners heaved a sigh of relief penultimate week when the Federal Government reconsidered its decision not to allow Nigerian candidates take this year’s West African Secondary School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, to be administered by the West African Examinations Council,
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