NECO Ends Exam Without Rescheduling Missed Papers


NECO Ends Exam Without Rescheduling Missed Papers Fidelity     1457  

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Some parents and school owners have complained that the National Examination Council has yet to reschedule the missed subjects even as the exam ends on Saturday.

The PUNCH had reported that students in some schools couldn't sit for some subjects due to the #EndSARS protests.

Subjects such as Economics, Commerce, Technical Drawing and Chemistry practical, were not taken in some states, including Lagos, Bayela, Edo and Rivers.

A parent who resides in Mushin on Thursday said her daughter missed some three subjects, adding that she had yet to be told the new dates for the exams.

"I went to her school this afternoon (Thursday) to ask their proprietor but he told me they have not heard from NECO.

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These children are worried, we the parents are confused too, NECO should please do the needful," she said

Proprietor of Abifab College, Ikorodu, Abidemi Faboye, said, "The children and their parents have been disturbing me if I have heard anything from NECO, but I told them nothing yet.

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The exam is ending on November 28. We are still waiting for NECO."

NECO had said nobody immediately notified the council of the development.

However, both NECO Head of Public Relations Division, Azeez Sanni, and the Lagos State officer of NECO, Saad Ibrahim, said a statement would be released before Friday.

But as of press time, NECO had yet to make any official statement.

Efforts to get responses from Sanni and Ibrahim on Thursday proved abortive as their mobile phones rang out.

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colley (Basic)   2 yrs
Please they need to do something About that fast
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Chomsky20 (Basic)   2 yrs
this is bad
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Hussyna (Basic)   2 yrs
It should not be so
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Fidelity (Basic)   2 yrs
Hmmm
Nawa oo jst like that
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