WAEC: Public Schools Charge Students N2,000 Per Subject To Allow Expo During Exams
Some public secondary schools in Imo State have been reportedly charging students N2,000 per subject to provide them with answers to questions in the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination.
A relative of the students, who spoke with our correspondent, said The school management met with students before the commencement of the examination where they informed them that they would provide the answers if each student paid N2,000 per subject.
It was reported that the schools claimed that majority of the students might fail because of the Coronavirus lockdown and unpreparedness for the examination.
The money gathered is said be given to each invigilator monitoring the examination.
Also, it was revealed that that some schools in the rural area of the state were collecting a lesser fee from the students.
This year’s WAEC examination started yesterday, August 18, and it’s scheduled to end on September 7, 2020.