(Photos Credit: Google) SS1, SS2 students banned from taking WAEC, NECO, NABTEB The Federal Government has barred senior secondary school students 1 and 2 from sitting for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), National Examination Council (NECO) and National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB).
Nearly a dozen motorcycles used by secondary school teachers as a daily means of transportation were on Monday set ablaze after unidentified gunmen stormed Comprehensive Secondary School (CSS) Nkume, Imo state. Sounds of gunfire rang in the air on 13 September with the school’s activities disrupted as staff and students including those writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination scampered for safety.
According to AIT, an Anglican Priest, Reverend Emeka Merenu was allegedly murdered by the ESN, they said he brought soldiers to secure his church and its school. We are gradually having a replica of Boko Haram in the South East, the earlier this madness is halted, the better.
By: Dooga Comfort Umande The Executive Secretary, Benue State Teaching Service Board, Dr. Frank Kyungun has announced the suspension of the Principal of Government Secondary School (GSS) Tse-Agberagba, Mr. Aliba Stephen over financial misconduct, ordered immediate handover. Dr Kyungun who announced this during his visit to the school which was burnt down by angry suspected SS3 candidates who claimed the school failed to register their 2020/2021 WAEC examinations, equally named Mr. Iorja Agber Joseph for replacement to also report on schools' resumption.
Parents are obligated to send their children to school and give them quality education from their early stages. One of the most important exams they have to pass is WAEC because it will give them admission into the university. Some children have been very brilliant. Their parents registered them for WAEC while they were in SS2, and they passed.
The Sit at home order declared by the IPOB has obstructed the peaceful ongoing WAEC of the final year students at comprehensive secondary school Nkume in Orlu Imo State. The incident took place yesterday being monday as the students were taking the English language composing test. This incident brought the examination to an end as the invigilator in conjunction with the teachers and students were seen running for their lives.
Students writing the Junior Secondary School Examination, were on Monday, September 13, chased away by unknown gunmen, in Imo state. The attackers also set about ten motorcycles belonging to the school staff, ablaze. The unknown gunmen, stormed the Comprehensive Secondary School, located in Nkume, Njaba Local Government Area, Imo state, and started shooting sporadically, dismissing staff and students.
It was reported today that some members of the Eastern Security Network, ESN, the militant arm of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, today chased some WAEC students away and also destroyed their bikes. According to report, this sad incident happened in Imo State. This sad incident caused several people to react differently.
For a while now, residents in the South-East region have continued to observe Monday sit-at-home order issued by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), despite the fact that the group had rescinded the decision. The observance of the order by many people in the region has continued to impact negatively on the economy of states in the region, prompting the Governors to urge the people to ignore the order and go out for their usual business activities on Mondays.
IPOB stop WAEC exams in Imo for disobeying sit-at-home order Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspaper Enforcers of the sit-at-home order that the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, said it had suspended, forced the students and teachers of Comprehensive Secondary School, Nkume in Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State, to stop the English examination for the West Africa Examination Council, WAEC, on Monday.
Education is the best way to liberate the mind of poor society. Denying people access to education is tantamount to promotion of ignorance. The quality of education any society can give its pupils or younger minds determine a future of the society. The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB are doing nothing but a disservice to itself for embarking on retrogressive campaign in the South East region.
Joe Igbokwe Blasts IPOB / ESN Hoodlums For Attacking WAEC Students Who Were Writing Their Examination.
The activities of the proscribed Indigenous People Of Biafra IPOB, is really becoming something else. They are really causing unrest across the nation due to the atrocities going on in the region, especially with the sit-at-home threats. According to reports from newsmen, it was gathered that a particular school in the south-east region, precisely in Imo state was attacked by some hoodlums who identified themselves as IPOB/ESN members.
Today's Headlines: "Nigeria will Crush Boko Haram Terrorists"-Buhari; SS1, SS2 Banned From Writing WAEC
Nigeria’ll crush Boko Haram terrorists - Buhari tells world leaders Photo Credit: Punch Nigeria The Nigerian President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd. ), has said that Nigeria will spare no efforts at getting rid of Boko Haram terrorists, especially in the North-East part of the West African nation.
The Management of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has extended the deadline for the 2021 GCE Second series registration exercise. The registration exercise which was scheduled to end on Thursday, 30th September 2021 has been extended to Friday, 15th October 2021. Therefore candidates who are interested in writing the examination can still register.
The presidency has said that the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is planning to hold several states in the South East hostage with the newly introduced sit-at-home policy. This was contained in a statement signed by the Senior Special Adviser to President Muhamadu Buhari on Media and Publicity Garba Shehu on Wednesday.
Education is seemingly falling through all the cracks in Nigeria as hours after we celebrated the release of abducted students in Zamfara State, gunmen has on Monday in Imo State stopped students from taking the English Language paper of the ongoing WASSCE. According to reports, SS3 students of the Comprehensive Secondary School, Nkume in the Njaba Local Government Area of Imo state were set to sit the examination when armed attackers stormed the school and shot into the air leaving everybody in confusion as students and teachers scampered for safety.
Another protest begins today Yoruba Nation agitators conducted another protest in the UK in respect of their agitation for secession. According to the report, the Yoruba activists stormed Liverpool with different placards, protesting that self-determination is their right. It was made known that prominent people from Nigeria joined the protest.
Photo used as an illustration Some hours ago, Daily Post reported that the FG of Nigeria, with the support of stakeholders in the Ministry of Education, has banned SS1 and SS2 students from seating for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), National Examination Council (NECO) and National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB).
The federal government has banned senior secondary students of class 1 and 2 from participating in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), National Examination Council (NECO) and National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB). Principals have been directed to expel senior students who write any external examination before they get to their final year in senior secondary school.
A lot of candidates who are setting for the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) want to know when they will be expecting to see their results after the examination. And, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) through its director of public affairs has attended to this quest.