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WAEC Appeals to the NLC to consider Candidates in the Ongoing SSCE


The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has begged organized labor to consider the SSCE exam schedule as they embark on an indefinite strike.

According to the Head of the National Office of the Council, Dr. Amos Dangut, most WAEC staff are under the NLC and TUC labor congress.

Both unions have called for a strike to begin on Monday.

This request was made in Lagos on Sunday in a news where he said that the council shares the concern of organized labor and the Nigerian workforce.

WAEC Advocates For Smooth Conduct of the SSCE Examination

In a YouTube video they released, WAEC has reminded the labor unions about the ongoing West African School Leaving Certificate Examination.

According to the WAEC board, its council’s attention has been drawn to a notice of an indefinite strike by NLC and TUC to be effective on June 3.

The board also shares concerns with Nigerian workers, as most of the staff in Nigeria are members of both unions.

However, the commission reminded the unions of the ongoing conduct of the West African exam for school candidates this June.

The examination started on April 30 and will end on June 24. The papers to be held from June 3-7, 2024, are physics, economics, government, and civic education.

The board says students will face setbacks in their academic pursuits should the exam schedule be disrupted.

Therefore, it appeals to the stakeholders to cooperate.

“We hereby appeal to all stakeholders and unions of NLC/TUC to cooperate with the council WAEC. The aim is to allow the continuous smooth and peaceful conduct of the examination in progress,” WAEC stated.

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