Atiku Abubakar, The Ex-Vice President of Nigeria, has expressed his reactions towards the report that the Federal Government of Nigeria and the West African Examination Council (WAEC) have reached a conclusion and agreed to shift the date of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
The Former vice president reacted to this report today, Saturday 18th of July, saying he is joyful towards the new decision of the Federal Government.
Recall that the Federal Government had initially disagreed with the idea of partial reopening of schools to allow the SSS 3 students write their WAEC examinations.
But, thankfully yesterday, being friday, the FG has announced that the issue has been resolved with WAEC and concluded to shift the date of the examination from August, due to the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic and the safety of students.
In reaction to this new move by the FG, Atiku Abubakar stated that he was quite much elated and joyful by the development by the Federal Government and WAEC to reschedule the date of examination to the 5th of September.
He also added that he is thrilled by the idea of the government to consult school owners all in preparation for the reopening of schools nationwide.
In his words, Atiku commented that, "I am elated at reports that the Nigerian government and WAEC have resolved to shift the date of examinations to September 5, 2020."
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