Abuja School Shut Down Won't Affect WAEC Exam..FCTA

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has stated that students still writing the May/June West African Examinations Council (WAEC) examinations will not be affected by the closure of public offices and schools in Abuja during the conference.
President Goodluck Jonathan had directed the closure of all public institutions, including schools in the nation’s capital to allow the free flow of traffic and enhance security through the duration of WEFA.
However, the Secretary for Education, FCTA, Mallam Kabir Usman, in a statement yesterday, said WAEC students would not be affected by the directive.
Usman explained that like those on essential services, the students would be free to move unhindered to their various examination centres.
He however advised students in this category to wear their uniforms and carry their identity cards at all times.
“Public and private schools are also advised to convey their students from designated points to the various examination centres,” he stated.
Usman also advised parents and students to contact the various school principals for further details


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  1. Na wa for this country. Pls let them not play play with our kids.

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