WAEC Says No Warning Was Given To Borno State Gov. Regarding Chibok Girls

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Fresh facts have emerged contradicting initial claims that WAEC had warned the Borno State government of the dangers of conducting the examination at the Government Secondary School Chibok as the body said they gave no such warning.

During a summoned visit by the school’s principal and officials of WAEC to the President’s wife where she inquired about the abduction, it was reported then that the Mr. Charles Eguridu said that WAEC had declared Chibok unsafe to conduct the examinations but was overruled by the Borno State government who insisted the exam conduction continue, who in their defence didn’t anticipate the height at which the mishaps would ensue.

However, WAEC has denied these allegation in a letter saying it did not single out Chibok as unsafe and the body actually made preparations alongside the state government to conduct examinations in all centres in the state revealing that Chibok was among the towns where WAEC had planned to conduct the examination.

Ada Igboanugo

Ada Igboanugo

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