NLC: WAEC Exams to Proceed as Scheduled Despite Strike Notice

2023 WASSCE: WAEC Denies Ranking Abia as Top Performing State

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said it will conduct the 2024 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) as scheduled, despite the notice of indefinite strike by the Organized Labour effective from Monday, June 3, 2024.

In a statement, WAEC management appealed to stakeholders, including the Ministry of Education, Principals, students, Supervisors, and Parents, to take note that the exam will be held as planned across all member countries of WAEC.

The Council explained that Nigerian students should not be disadvantaged by missing the exam, and therefore, all necessary arrangements should be made for candidates to sit for the exam.

READ ALSO: WAEC, NECO: School Owner Absconds with Students’ Exam Fees

Recall that the Labour Unions announced at a press briefing at Labour House, Abuja, on Friday that the strike would begin by midnight on Sunday, June 2, 2024, and would continue until the government meets their demands.

ATTENTION: Click HERE to join our WhatsApp group and receive News updates directly on your WhatsApp!

The Unions apologized for any inconvenience their actions may cause Nigerians but reiterated their commitment to pursuing the cause to its conclusion.

They urged the public to support their struggle for fair wages and affordable electricity.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

NLC, TUC Gives Govs Ultimatum on N35k Minimum Wage

FG Rejects Labour’s Minimum Wage Demand

INC Endorses Return to Original National Anthem, Calls for Constitutional Reform | Daily Report Nigeria

INC Endorses Return to Original National Anthem, Calls for Constitutional Reform