According to Amos, the Examination Malpractices Act No. 33 of the 1999 Constitution (as amended), offenders are liable to four years imprisonment and a fine of N100, 000 per student and N250,000 per school.
The West African Examination Council on Tuesday, March 5, released the Senior School Certificate Examination results for private candidates, withholding those of not less than 376 students over malpractice.
Majiyar Legit.ng ta ruwaito shugaban WAEC a Najeriya, Olu Adenipekun ne ya bayyana haka a ranar Talata, 5 ga watan Maris, inda yace cikin dubun dubatan daliban da suka zana jarabawar, an samu dalibai 39,557 da suka samu makin C a
For their alleged involvement in malpractice during the 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), 28 principals of senior secondary schools have been suspended by the Edo state government.
The West African Examination Council has extended registration for its WASSCE private candidates to January 11. This was contained in a tweet via its Twitter handle, @waecnigeria, in the afternoon of Thursday, January 3.
With about 89 days to the 2019 general elections and the emergence of various candidates after the conclusion of the primaries by all registered political parties, there have been a series of allegations and counter-allegations.