WASSCE Expo: Public Schools in Imo State Charging Students N2,000 per Subject to Provide them with answer

Today as the West African Examination begins across West African countries, Some public secondary schools in Imo State has been drag into moon of charging it students the sum of N2,000 per subject to provide them with answers to questions in the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination.

According to relative of one of the students writing the examination, told Newsmen’s that the schools owner met with students before the examination and ask them to pay the sum of N2,000 per subject so that they could be provided with answer to question, stating that student will fail the examination because of covid-19 lockdown.

Sahara reporter stated in it report that “The relative also said the school claimed that the money would be given to each invigilator monitoring the examination.”

“The school management held meetings with their students and it was agreed they pay the N2,000 to settle WAEC invigilators to give them way for exam cheats.

 “School principals in public secondary schools in Imo State are charging WAEC students N2,000 per subject as sorting fees to settle WAEC invigilators.

“They said the money will be to allow their students to engage in exam malpractices in the various subjects because of their unpreparedness for the exams caused by COVID-19 closure of schoolse since March 2020,” the relative said as he pleaded anonymity.

The relative stated that some schools in the rural area of the state wire collecting a lesser fee from the students.

“Other public secondary schools in rural areas are paying N1,500 against N2,000 paid in urban public schools.

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“The schools came up with the plan so they can collect money from the students.

“The public schools are to generate over N300,000 per day and the maximum they will give WAEC invigilators will be N50,000 while the balance will be for the school management,” he added.

The examination, which started today, August 17, is scheduled to end on September 7, 2020.

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