- A Twitter user called Aisha has got people talking after her statement about the younger generations writing WAEC
- Aisha said that they no longer read their books but engage in examination malpractices
- Nigerians slammed her for her statement, adding that she is a part of the younger generation
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Secondary school final year students recently started their WAEC examinations and photos of them taking their different papers have emerged online.
Asides from ensuring that they are not engaging in examination malpractices, coordinators are also ensuring that they obey the social distancing instruction.
Despite this, a Twitter user identified as Aisha still has something to say about the WAEC examinations that are conducted these days.
Aisha got Nigerians talking when she said that WAEC of those days is different from nowadays. According to her, many students engage in malpractices.
The young lady who posed as a medical doctor stated that the younger generation no longer read their books like it used to be during her own time.
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Aisha went on to state that it is not fair for someone who cheated in their WAEC examination to be a medical doctor. According to her, she is proud because she does not cheat.
As expected, Nigerians had something to say about her tweet as many took to her comment section to react to it.
Some people said that she once claimed to be 16-years-old. They wondered how she could be 16 and also be a medical doctor.
Read some comments below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 48-year-old WAEC student and mom of 3 stopped farming to chase her nursing dreams.
Identified as Christina Samuel, the 48-year-old mother of three recently joined millions of students across West Africa to partake in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination.
An Instagram user, Amadi Faith, who identified as her niece, said that Christina who used to be a village farmer with no previous education due to poverty and three kids from an early marriage had always dreamed of becoming an auxiliary nurse.
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