Monday, 29 April 2013
WAEC blacklists 113 schools over exams fraud...SEE FULL LIST
(WAEC) has withdrawn recognition for 113
secondary schools nationwide, as punishment for examination malpractices.
Also, results of 30, 654 candidates, who sat
for the May/June 2012 West African Senior
School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)
have been cancelled.
According to Saturday
Sun findings, WAEC has also cancelled
individual subject results of 83, 745
candidates, released the results of 1, 549
and barred for two years 3, 321 candidates
from sitting for the council examination
over misconduct during the school exam, in
line with the rules and regulations guiding
the conduct of the examination.
The cancelled results were among the 112,
000 results of candidates withheld for their
involvement in examination malpractice out
of 1, 695, 878 candidates that sat for the
May/June 2012 WASSCE. Only 38.81 per cent
(649, 156) of the total candidates that sat
for the May/June 2012 WASSCE obtained
five credits in English Language,
Mathematics and three other subjects, thus
were qualified for admissions into
universities and polytechnics.
The Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC)
of the council took the far-reaching
decisions in Lagos after it deliberated on
evidences (exhibits) produced by the
council, which were seized from some
candidates involved in examination
Other decisions taken by NEC
include recommendation for sanctions
against 97 supervisors/principals/other
examination personnel identified and
reported to their various state ministries of
education, while 21 supervisors also
indicted were blacklisted.
The WAEC committee also recommended
that 465 secondary schools be warned for
aiding and abetting examination
malpractice during the 2012 May/June
WASSCE, granted clemency to eight
candidates even as the certificates of 12
others were withdrawn after they asked for
The NEC, which was chaired by
the Director of Basic and Secondary
Education), Ministry of Education, Abuja,
directed that the allegations against 930
candidates be further investigated, while
their results are withheld.
Also, the council withdrew the recognition
of six schools and commended one staff.
breakdown of schools sanctioned
nationwide revealed that majority came
from the South-South, followed by those
from the North, South East and South West.
Government-owned schools top the list of
those involved in exam fraud.
recommendation shows that recognition
for 21 schools were withdrawn for two
years. Also, recognition for 43 others were
withdrawn, along side the principals of the
Saturday Sun learnt that the council has
communicated the decisions of NEC to the
state ministries of education, which is
expected to take action against the schools
and principals indicted by WAEC.
Ogbe Community Secondary School,
Adewole High School, Ajegunle, Onisere, Ore.
Peak International School, Ikenne.
African Pride International, Sagamu.
Roseville College, Meiran.
Premier College, Ode Irele.
Furah- Beh International College, Owo.
Community Secondary School,Otuoke,
Community Secondary School, Diobu.
Government Secondary School, Asamabiri.
Community Secondary School, Peremabiri.
Community Comprehensive Secondary
Community Secondary School, Arisaba.
Paiko Comprehensive College, Calabar.
Ebanimbin Comprehensive Heart Mixed
Queens of Apostles Secondary School,
Model Comprehensive Secondary School,
St Joseph International Secondary School,
Wisdom Dominion International College,
Ekwuno Memorial Secondary School, Obosi.
God Provides Secondary School, Enugu.
Madonna Secondary School, Ugbawka.
Onicha Secondary School, Ezinihitte, Mbaise.
Comprehensive Secondary School,
Umunaku, Ehime, Mbano.
Comprehensive Secondary School, Ubomiri
Aunti Nika's School, Tudun Wada.
Government Secondary School, Basawa,
Government Secondary School, Wara.
Government Day Secondary School, Funtua.
Barda International College, Katsina.
Government Girls College, Sokoto.
Government Secondary School, Zagun.
Gods Victory International College, Jos.
Government Secondary School, Jibiyal.
Women Center for Continuing Education,