Nigerian secondary schools students will be participating in the 2020 WASSCE, according to the latest decision by the federal government .
The federal government announced on Monday that secondary schools students in the exit classes will resume on Tuesday, August 4 The move, according to the government, is to enable the students to prepare for the WASSCE which starts on Monday, August 17
The Nigerian government has finally made U-turn on his earlier decision regarding participation in the forthcoming West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
A statement by the Federal Ministry of Education on Monday, July 27, announced that secondary schools in the country will reopen on Tuesday, August 4.
The reopening is, however, only for students in exit classes to sit for their examination.
The government said students will have two weeks to prepare for the WASSCE, the exit examination administered by the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC). Read more: