2024 WASSCE: Ogun Govt Optimistic Of Candidates Getting Good Results, Okays WAEC On Exam Conduct - EDU-BIZNEWS


Thursday, May 16, 2024

2024 WASSCE: Ogun Govt Optimistic Of Candidates Getting Good Results, Okays WAEC On Exam Conduct

Ogun State Government has expressed optimism that its school candidates writing the ongoing  2024 May/JuneWest African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE ) would justify the huge investment in the education's sector with getting good results, just as it commended the West African Examination Council (WAEC) on the satisfactory conduct of the examination so far 

The State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Abayomi Arigbabu expressed the confidence  while monitoring the Examination centres in the Egba axis of the state

Arigbabu added that the Prince Dapo Abiodun-led administration’s investment in qualitative, affordable and accessible education, as well as other interventions in the sector was yielding desirable results, expressing confidence that the candidates’ outstanding performance was inevitable.

"Overall, I am satisfied with what I saw, I wish all the students well in this examination, looking forward to a fantastic result, I'm sure Ogun State will do very well compared to other states", he stated 

On the conduct of the examination, he applauded arrangement put in place by WAEC,noting that, “the paper started on time, all candidates are well arranged in well-ventilated examination centres, adequate question papers and answer sheet supplied, teachers and invigilators are fully on ground to ensure smooth conduct of the exercise”.

He applauded the students on punctuality, comportment and for dressing properly, enjoining them to avoid all forms of cheating and malpractices, be focused, adhere to all instructions and rely on what they have read, so as to come out in flying colours.

In their separate responses, the Principal, Abeokuta Grammar School (Senior), Idi-Aba, Mr. Oludare Sorinola and Principal, African Church Grammar School (Senior), Ita-Iyalode Owu, both in Abeokuta, Mrs. Matilda Adebanjo, said students prepared well for the examination, adding that the exercise had been hitch-free so far.

Other centres visited were, Government Science and Technical College, Idi-Aba, Lisabi Grammar School, Idi-Aba, Baptist Girls College, Idi-Aba, Baptist Boys High School, Oke-Saje and St. Peter’s College, Olomore, all in Abeokuta.

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