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WAEC conducts tests in Chibok 6 years after snatching of students (photographs)


Chibok Local Government of Borno State is currently taking an interest in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WAEC) without precedent for a long time.

The Borno nearby government is currently taking an interest in the assessment after more than 200 students were stole in the territory by Boko Haram agitators on April 14, 2014. Following the snatching of the students, the Federal Government

The 7 Division of the Nigerian Army affirmed the resuming of schools in the nearby government, and it was further discovered that the Government Girls’ Secondary School Chibok has been changed over into a blended school.

Abdul-Khalifa Ibrahim, acting general official ordering (GOC), 7 division who was spoken to by Ifeanyi Otu, head of staff of the division said;

“It will cheer to take note of that without precedent for as long as six years, WAEC effectively held WASSCE in Chibok with the military giving security.

“We are generally observers to what in particular occurred in the ongoing past like the snatching of the Chibok young ladies, the butchering of understudies at Buni Yadi and kidnapping of understudies at Dapchi. These are on the whole that occurred and we have pivoted that account.

“Let me similarly state that the head of armed force staff has been putting forth conscious attempts through the training corps to present educators on all schools inside the north-east states.

“We are truly doing what’s needed to guarantee that training is revived and as we as a whole know, instruction is one thing that frees the individual and frees the brains. In any case, this contention would not have flourished if not that there was high absence of education rate in this zone.”

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