The Council’s Head of National Office, Patrick Areghan, gave the hint while announcing the release of results of the 2021 first series of the WASSCE for Private candidates on Tuesday in Lagos.
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Lola Amuda, gave the directive to principals and heads of public secondary schools in the state on Wednesday in Akure.
Announcing the release of the results on Monday, the council said 39.82 per cent made credits in five subjects, including Mathematics and English.
This was contained in a statement by the Head of Public Affairs of WAEC in Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu, on Monday.
This is contained in a statement by Patrick Ukah, Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education
Brig.-Gen. Abdul-Khalifa Ibrahim, Acting General Officer Commanding (GOC), 7 Division, Nigerian Army, disclosed this while playing host to members of Education in Emergency Working Group Nigeria (EiEWGN), on Thursday in Maiduguri.
The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, made this known on Monday in Abuja at the 62nd Joint National Briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.
Governor Emmanuel made the disclosure in a media chat in Uyo.
In a recent Instagram Live chat with gospel rapper, Bouqui, singer, Aituaje Iruobe, popularly known as Waje, recounts how her church banned her from singing in the choir because she got pregnant.
The examination, organised by the West African Examination Council, is scheduled to start on August 17.
The state Commissioner for Education, Dr. Shehu Makarfi, said in a statement in Kaduna on Monday that the directive was in compliance with the Federal Ministry of Education resolution for schools to open on August 4.
This was in conformity with the agreement reached by the Federal Government and the West African Examination Council on the commencement of the 2020 West African School Certificate Examination for school candidates.
The Minister’s Spokesman, Ben Goong, said in a statement in Abuja that Nwajiuba made the announcement after series of meetings with heads of examination bodies in the country.
The Federal Government on Monday said only schools designated as centres for the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations and in respect of the exiting classes would re-open.
The President of ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, said this when he spoke with newsmen on Saturday.
The group asked the Federal Government and other stakeholders to “stop the politics and take a stand” on the 2020 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination for the sake of students whose future is at stake.
The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, revealed this in a statement by the Director Information in the ministry, Ben Goong, on Friday in Abuja.
The Chairman of the Committee, Rep. Julius Ihonvbere (APC-Edo), expressed the resolution at the committee meeting with stakeholders in the education sector on Thursday in Abuja.
The Minister disclosed this while briefing newsmen after the Federal Executive Council meeting on Wednesday.
The Founder of Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti, said this in a statement on Tuesday in Ado Ekiti.