WASSCE- House of Rep held another meeting concerning school resumption & WAEC. See the outcome.
By Castano | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 3036 views
The issue about the reopening of schools has been ongoing in the country for a while now, and it is beginning to look like it might take longer than we expected.
However a recent meeting has been held concerning this issue.
It has been revealed that the House of Representatives on Thursday held a meetting with the stakeholders in the education sector concerning arriving on a safe way of reopening schools so that students can be able to sit for the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
After much discussion, the House resolved to meet with the Nigerian Governors ’ Forum, which may be headed by the President, Muhammadu Buhari, hoping to convince the president to approve the reopening of schools.
The stakeholders acknowledged that if the September date for the commencement of the exam is to be met, the President has to act fast and give his approval so that things can be put in place for the exam.
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