WAEC rejects Abia’s top ranking in the 2023 WASSCE

    The West African Examinations Council has denied any affiliation with a publication that proclaimed Abia State as the state with the highest performance in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination for Nigerian school candidates. The WAEC claimed in a disclaimer released and signed on Thursday by Ag. Head Public Affairs, Moyosola Adesina, that the claim was completely untrue and that media outlets disseminating this false information should not be trusted.

    The letter went on to say that some platforms were trying, without success, to discredit the council and drag it into politics out of a thirst for controversy.

    According to a posting on social media, Abia State in Nigeria was ranked as the best-performing state in the WASSCE for School Candidates, 2023. This caught the attention of the West African Examinations Council.

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    This is not at all how it is. The Council disassociates itself from the publication in its entirety.

    To be clear, the West African Examinations Council does not assign a grade to the states based on how well they performed in their examination. We have always said this.

    WAEC rejects

    Thus, it is best to ignore any media that may be spreading this false information. These are sly platforms that capitalize on controversies and have only political objectives. With the aim of creating discord among the states vying for supremacy, they are making fruitless attempts to draw the Council into politics and damage its reputation!

    The Council has not yet selected the best candidate or candidates for the WASSCE for School Candidates, 2023. Any report indicating otherwise ought to be ignored.

    “Please, the general public, take note.”

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