West African secondary college examination physique, the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has mentioned that no candidate in Enugu State missed its ongoing examination regardless of the sit-at-home directive instructed by the Indigenous People of Biafra, initially each Monday.
The WAEC Deputy Registrar/Zonal Coordinator, Mrs Eucharia Onodu, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Enugu, nevertheless, mentioned the scholars went via lots of stress.
Onodu, nevertheless, clarified that the sit-at-home order solely affected the scholars emotionally, as lots of them needed to sleep over of their faculties to have the ability to meet up.
She mentioned, some needed to trek lengthy distances, whereas others squatted with these within the hostels to have the ability to write the examination
Onodu mentioned, “I’m aware some made extra effort, while others went through a lot of stress to write this exam and on our own part, we didn’t compromise the protocols put in place.
“We still had the exams as scheduled on the timetable and I’m happy that at the end they all made it.
“I don’t think somebody missed the exam because of the sit-at-home order.”
According to Onodu, the commissioner later reached out to the neighborhood leaders who assured WAEC of utilizing native vigilantes to safe the centres.
She mentioned, “We really felt their presence at the various centres across the state and I’m glad to announce that no community has reported any attack so far.
“And on our own, we used the regular police to escort security materials.”