Lagos – Students who wrote the May/June 2013 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) exams in the North East would have to re-sit them, AllAfrica reports.
Charles Eguridu, Head of the WAEC National Office in Nigeria, announced while releasing results in Lagos, that candidates’ scripts were lost in the violence that took place in the region during that time.
WAEC decided that such candidates will have to re-write the affected subjects without an additional cost. Insurgency attacks led to the loss of examination scripts and WAEC were unable to announce the full results of the examinations.
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