The leadership of the All Progressives Congress in Oyo state have decried the delisting of 50 secondary schools in the state
The party blamed the administration of Governor Seyi Makinde over the schools' delisting by the West Africa Secondary School Certificate Examination
According to the party, key sectors in the state went on a decline mode since Makinde assumed office in 2019
Reports that the West African School Certificate Examination Board has delisted 50 secondary schools in Oyo state over cases of examination malpractice have been condemned by the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The Nation reports that the ruling party described the action by the examination body against the southwest state as unacceptable.
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In a statement signed by the party's publicity secretary, Olawale Sadare, APC said things have been on a downward slope since the governor of Oyo state, Seyi Makinde, assumed office in 2019.
Delisting of schools by WAEC for malpractice worrisome
Sadare noting that the current situation is worrisome, said the delisting of the schools for their involvement in malpractice during the 2022 WASSCE does not sit well with the party.
He added that the development was unprecedented and a clear indication of the rot in the governance system of the state.
He also stated that this is evidence of the gloomy future awaiting the state if nothing was done urgently to arrest the situation.
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The examination council said that the trending job vacancies by WAEC are misleading, and fake and should be disregarded
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RCCG, MURIC clash over alleged barring of Muslim students at Redemption Camp’s JAMB, and WAEC centres
The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) and the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) have again crossed paths.
MURIC had accused RCCG of religiously discriminating against Muslim students by denying them access to Redemption City for JAMB and WAEC registration.
The Islamic organisation called on the two examination body to relocate their examination centres from Redemption City.