How more corrupt can the country be when things like this keep happening before the very eyes of the ones we call the leaders of tomorrow. One can only hope that it gets better and not worse anymore.
Earlier today, a man named Olusegun Iselaiye took to his Twitter page to share pictures of the WAEC examination questions that got leaked days before the examination day. This comes right as the examination which had been on hold due to the pandemic started today 17th August 2020.
While a lot of students had made use of the long pandemic time to prepare hard for their exams. It is sad to know that, most of them will be sitting to write the same exam which had been leaked and given to their colleagues to pass with ease.
This has not just left a bad reputation for the examination board but also further diminish the credibility of the standards of the West African Examinations Council. This has lingered on long before now, it is quite shameful to see it being continued in this era.
This has left a lot of people with questions and reactions as they protest on Twitter, asking who is to blame and how it came to be this bad. A lot of people want this to be investigated and let the culprits involved brought the justice.
However, here are some of the reactions from Twitter to this issue:
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