The West Africa Examination Council has decertified 13 Senior Secondary Schools in Gombe State in four years.Information Guide Nigeria
According to our correspondent, the schools were decertified due to examination malpractice.
They were decertified due to malpractice-related issues, according to Ali Yaya, Director of Examination, Ministry of Education, Gombe State.
The Director made the announcement during a meeting with principals of state secondary schools and ministry management.JAMB portal
He revealed that decertification would be disastrous if proper precautions were not taken to avoid the consequences.
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Yaya said, “From 2018 to 2020, seven of our public senior secondary schools were found to be involved in Examination Malpractice which led to their derecognition by the WAEC.
“Similarly in 2022, the Ministry received a fresh set of six schools that committed the same offence and they were also de-recognised with a penalty of N500,000 fee per school payable to WAEC.”NYSC portal
“The percentage of 2022 result was 55.6 percent as against 79.5 percent for 2021 and this is in connection with the examination malpractice recorded in six of our schools,” he added.
He warned all principals across schools to stay away from examination malpractice of any form, adding, “Any principal found wanting again in any form of Exams Malpractice will be seriously punished and the penalty should be paid by the school.”
When asked how the state government planned to revert the hammer by the examination body, Dr. Aishatu Maigari, Commissioner for Education, said the government would never support malpractices.JAMB Result
“Zero tolerance to exam malpractice is our stand,” Maigari added.
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