Before we meet the son of Rotimi Amaechi who graduated from Canadian University. Let's take a glance at the biography of Rotimi Amaechi. Rotimi Amaechi is a Nigerian politician who served as Governor of River State and the current Minister of Transportation in the cabinet of Muhammedu Buhari. Rotimi Amaechi was the governor of River State from the year 2007 to 2015. He served as the Speaker in River State House of Assembly from the year 1999 to 2007. Rotimi Amaechi was given birth to on the 27th of May in the
The University of Jos, abbreviated as Unijos, is a Federal University in Jos, Plateau State, central Nigeria. Below are 10 popular nollywood actors who studied there: 1. Iyke Ogbonna Ikechukwu Mitchel Ogbonna was born on January 11, 1984. He originates from the area of Abia State, which is in the south-eastern part of Nigeria. Lagos State is a place, where he obtained the primary and secondary education. After finishing school, he got the First School Leaving Certificate as well as the West African Senior School
What a sad story it is, a promising young star as left the world of the living, the family of one the best 2019 West African Senior School Certificate(WASSCE) candidate, Chisom Chukwuneke, a brilliant young girl who got A1 in all her subjects have been in mourning after her death. She was also emerged as the best graduating student in her school in 2019, Chisom is one of the best student in her school to the extent that she won numerous awards in her school. Chisom died due to a mere illness she has been complaining
Queen Uche Uchechukwu was born on the 17th of july 1996 in Lagos to Mr $ Mrs Uche. She is from Orumba South local Government area in Anambra State. In june 2011,She obtained her West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE),She graduated her Ordinary National Diploma and Higher National Diploma in Federal Polytechnic Oko, Anambra State.
The Joint Admission And Matriculation Board has tried to fix a more feasible date for University admissions screening that will accomodate WASSCE candidates and every other student involved in any National examination The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has distorted several dates initially agreed upon for students in the country to undertake one form of examination or the other. This vagary has led to several virtual meeting between educational and examination bodies in the country with a view of reaching an agreement
The West African Examination Council, WAEC, has released the results for school candidates that wrote it in 2020. The West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, results were realeased on Monday, November 2, 2020. WAEC tweeted on Sunday on the micro blogging site,Twitter: " This is to inform candidates that sat West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates, 2020 that the results will be released [email protected] tomorrow, Monday, November 2, 2020,by 10:30 am."
The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC), has an online platform where they set up past questions that will help students that wants to write the exam perform better. The e-Learning Tool Kit is a resource from all the WAEC approved subjects that will help students understand everything they will need to pass all their papers. The final year students only have two weeks for revision before the exam starts. WAEC set up this e-learning to help students that want to do revision for the West African Senior School
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released when the Candidates who sat for the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (School Candidate) will be able to access their results grade nationwide. According to the official handle of the Council early today, the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations should have been released on the 27th of October this year as earlier promised by the council. Recall that the examination was taken amidst COVID-19 between 17th August and September
The joy of graduating from senior secondary school for students is a great thing to behold, but before the final days is an exam that is dreaded by students in the Western countries of Africa. The West African Senior School Certificate Examination, is an exam mandatory for students who are set to leave senior school every year. This year exams was delayed due to lockdown caused by the outbreak of the global pandemic virus known as the Covid-19. However, WAEC has released this year's results for candidates who
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has made it known publicly today that, marking of the just concluded examination will start next week. Recall that, the West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE) was concluded few weeks ago. The Board in a statement released this evening on their official twitter handle, made it known to the public members that the council is on briefing with the selected people for the marking. All candidate should be calm and rest their mind, once the marking is done, the result
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Nigeria, has disclosed that the West African Senior School Certificate exam will begin in the month of August, 2021 and not May.
The Delta state government has sanctioned 41 teachers for malpractice in the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate exam. It contains a statement from Delta Basic and Secondary Education Commissioner Patrick Ukah. Ukah said the decisions were made based on the recommendations of the state exam ethics disciplinary committee. He said, “They will have to postpone their promotion for one year and will be barred from supervising the school exams for three years. I have directed the Post Primary Education Board
Just In: 17-Year-Old Girl who got A1 In All Subjects In (WAEC) Dies. It a black Tuesday as 17-year-old girl who is known as Chisom Chukwuneke, the girl who got straights A`s in the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE) dies, she lost her life. It was being known that Chisom got 7 A1s, and she also appeared to be the best student from her school, Graceland College in Enugu state last year. She also won numerous Awards in her school, and as we speak death has taken the life of this young brilliant
Before you continue please click on the follow button for more interesting updates The West African Examination Council (WAEC), has delivered the results of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates, 2020. WAEC Top of the Nigeria Public Office, Patrick Areghan revealed this at a press instructions on Monday. The assessment was at the same time and effectively led, all through the five member nations. "Gentlemen of the media, I am glad to declare that all
Greetings my viewers. Do you know that the West African Examination Concil has released the results of the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) conducted earlier this year. It is no longer news that the issue of covid 19 virus that plagued the whole world and Nigeria in particular delayed the examination. However, the results are out . Moreso, it might interest you to know that WAEC released the 2020 WAEC result on Monday, November 2, 2020, in a statement that was released on the
Mary Lazarus upon obtaining her First School Leaving Certificate and the West African Senior School Certificate respectively applied to University of Ibadan in bid to obtain a university degree. She was accepted and granted admission to study Geography in the institution where she eventually graduated with a B.Sc degree in Geography. Mary Lazarus is one of the most successful Nollywood actresses. She is also a model and runs a good number of other businesses. Her twin brother, Joseph Lazarus is an oil and
Walta Angapukotanka Kalada popularly known as Walta Anga is a famous Nollywood actor, model, television personality and a philanthropist. He was born on 12th January 1978 in Port-Harcourt, River State in the south southern part of Nigeria to Chief Stephen Anga and Mrs. Evelyn Anga. He is currently 40 years old. Education: Walta Anga completed both his primary and secondary school education in Port-Harcourt, River State in the south southern part of Nigeria and obtained both his First School Leaving Certificate
The release of private candidates for the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate result has been announced by The West African Examination Council on Monday. The Examination Council made it known that in five subjects, English and Mathematics inclusion, 39.82 out 100 percent made credits. Mr. Patrick Areghen and the head of the National Office also announced the 2021 WASSCE registration opening. He said the released result shows performance improvement in the two previous years. According to him, a total
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) on Monday, November 2, released the results of the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate examination (WASSCE) as it announced that the results of 215,149 students are being withheld due to examination malpractices. The examination body also announced that a total of 1,538,445 candidates sat for the examination, out of which 1,003,668 (representing 65.24%) obtained credits and above in at least five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics. The Head
The West African Examination Council said that the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations meant to hold around June will now happen 2 months after.