The Kebbi State government has approved the payment of the remaining balance of more than N456 million to the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
The council noted that the high number of the centres is to maintain release of candidates’ results 45 days after the last paper is taken.
WAEC enjoined secondary principals to ensure on invigilators with proven integrity are recommended for assignments.
Stakeholders and parents worry that a clash might endanger the performance of candidates in both examinations.
“Following the recent challenge posed by the NIMC portal, candidates are free to write the examination without…their NIN.”
Sponsored by lawmaker Adewunmi Onanuga, the bill seeks to increase the educational qualification for elective positions in Nigeria.
WAEC has instructed “all school principals to collect N18,000 per candidate for registration.”
The House Speaker said IPOB and Yoruba Nation activists have become increasingly unreasonable and unwelcoming of dissent, therefore “are no different from Boko Haram and ISWAP.”
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) says it will do everything possible to stop special centres, also known as ‘Miracle Centres’ candidates use.
The development is said to be in line with the federal government’s policy as directed by the federal ministry of education.