Principals face sack for exam malpractices in Anambra schools

Onah Onah, Awka

The Anambra State Commissioner for Education, Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, has ordered the sack of Principals involved or aid Examinations’ malpractices during the forthcoming West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WAEC).

Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, gave the warning while briefing Principals, at a workshop held in Anambra State Branch office of the West African Examinations Council WAEC, ahead the 2023 Examinations.

The event which was organized  in collaboration with the branch office  of  WAEC was held at St. John’s Secondary school Awka to task  principals of Schools in the State to promote hard work and ensure that  the State regain its prime position in education Nigeria.

The Commissioner revealed that following the poor performance of Supervisors  that resulted to the closing of some schools for examination malpractice.

According to the Commissioner, all the former supervisors that were nominated by principals in the previous examinations have been replaced by new ones

“With the support of  Principals, Anambra State would reclaim her position as the center of excellence in Education”, Prof. Chuma-Udeh

The Principals were also made  to write an undertaking to support all efforts by governor Soludo administration to eradicate Examinations’ malpractice.

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