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Monday, June 26, 2023

Nigerian School Fails to Register Students for 2023 WAEC, Leaving Students Frustrated and Seeking Alternatives

  Bilal Abdullahi       Monday, June 26, 2023

In a viral TikTok video, a Nigerian student named Adeola (@adeolaorwhatever) expressed her disappointment after discovering that her school had failed to register her set for the 2023 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) recently concluded. This oversight has not only ruined their plans for the year but has also left them scrambling to find alternatives.

The 17-year-old student shared her frustration with a dance routine in the background while narrating the painful experience. She revealed that instead of taking the WAEC exams, she and her fellow students would now have to write the National Examinations Council (NECO) as an alternative.

The video caught the attention of many, and people flooded the comment section with sympathy and disbelief. One person named Oluwanifemi questioned the lack of action from the students and their parents, asking why they didn't complain or take any measures during the WAEC period.

The response from viewers was mixed, but a common sentiment emerged: if faced with a similar situation, they would not hesitate to take legal action. Leslie expressed strong disapproval, stating that her entire extended family would make sure the matter wasn't ignored. Adeola acknowledged the support, confirming that the situation was indeed frustrating.

Another TilToker shared a similar experience in their school, revealing that the principal was suspended, two teachers were fired, and parents took legal action, resulting in the school's closure for a week.

In the midst of this unfortunate incident, a separate report emerged of a Nigerian aunty celebrating her nephew's graduation from secondary school. The joyful video showcased her dancing towards the boy and attempting to sign his white shirt in a lighthearted manner.

Similarly, a video shared by a Nigerian graduate captured the exuberant celebration of students on their signing-out day. With ink-stained white shirts, the graduates danced in groups, expressing their happiness at finally being done with school.

The incidents highlight the contrasting experiences of Nigerian students—while some celebrate their accomplishments, others face obstacles due to administrative failures. Adeola's video serves as a reminder of the importance of proper registration processes in schools and the significant impact such oversights can have on students' academic pursuits.

As Adeola and her fellow students prepare for the NECO exams, their experience serves as a cautionary tale for schools and authorities, urging them to prioritize the educational aspirations of Nigerian students and ensure that registration processes are diligently carried out to avoid similar mishaps in the future.


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