Exam Malpractice: WAEC Introduces New Measures to Restore Credibility


Accompanied by Commissioner of Education, Dr. John Mamman, and the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education, among others directors, Doctor. Amos Josiah Dangut’s visit was aimed at ensuring the smooth conduct of the ongoing WAEC examinations without any disruptions.

Dr. Dangut, visited Government Secondary School Bukan Sidi and Emmanuel Academy in Lafia, where the WAEC examinations are currently being held.

The Head of WAEC Nigeria National Office, Doctor. Amos Josiah Dangut reiterated the examination body’s commitment to tackling examination malpractices and emphasized the importance of educating teachers and students on the repercussions of engaging in such unethical behaviors.

He highlighted that strict punitive measures would be enforced against individuals found guilty of examination malpractice and commended the state’s efforts in upholding education standards pledging to strengthen collaboration to foster success in the education sector.

Expressing his gratitude for the visit, Commissioner of Education Dr. John Mamman affirmed government’s dedication to providing quality education and stressed the zero-tolerance stance on examination malpractices.

Principal of Emmanuel Academy Moji Japhet acknowledged the support from the WAEC office and the state ministry of education and vowed to intensify efforts in curbing examination malpractices.

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