Man reveals how he saw parents pay N20k for invigilators to help their kids during common entrance exams

Man reveals how he saw parents pay N20k for invigilators to help their kids during common entrance exams

A Nigerian man has recently come out to express his strong reservations for some parents, after he witnessed their questionable actions at a common entrance examination center.

According to the man identified as Asoh Chinedu, he recently took his neighbor’s son to the venue of his examination and during the exam, he found out that some of the parents who came with their kids had resorted to bribing officials to aid their children in examination malpractice.

He said the parents paid as much as N20k each to the invigilator who promised to write the exams for their wards, adding that, he almost broke down in tears when a particular kid came out and told his parent that the invigilator ticked all his exam questions for him.

"I was about to cause trouble at the centre but I knew NECO will just cancel the results of that centre and the innocent ones will suffer. I will wait till the results are out and I will send an email to NECO about the centre.

"The Neco official (external invigilator) himself is the one responsible and should be arrested." Chinedu said.

READ ALSO: Meet Prakriti Malla, the student with the 'best handwriting in world'

In a caption that followed the post that he shared on Instagram, he noted that nothing is wrong with Nigeria except citizens who are determined to kill the country.

See his post below:

PAY ATTENTION: Read best news on Nigeria's #1 news app

PAY ATTENTION: Get your daily relationship tips and advice on Africa Love Aid group

Meanwhile, earlier gathered the report of a Nigerian man who recounted his experience while he was helping a lecturer friend mark some examination scripts.

According to him, he deliberately reduced the test score of a student from 70-69 because he does not want him giving testimonies of how good the lord is or how hard he studied.

READ ALSO: upgrades to a letter from our Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

Who should be held responsible for exam malpractice? Student, teacher or parents? | Legit TV

Source: Legit

Online view pixel