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Ex-envoy expresses worries over high rates of exams malpractices

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Ex-envoy expresses worries over high rates of exams malpractices

Dr. Nimatallahi Nihilola Akanbi

 

The chairmanperson governing board of the National Senior Secondary School Education Commission (NSSSEC), Dr. Nimota Akanbi, has

expressed worries over the alleged rising cases of malpractice during the conduct of external examinations.
She noted that the condemnation which usually occur at secondary school level is with active connivance of some parents.
Akanbi vowed to deal decisively with schools, parents and guardians found to be aiding and abetting examination malpractice, especially at post-basic education level.
She stated this in a statment issued on Thursday stressing that both the culprits and accomplices would be arrested and prosecuted within the ambit of the law to serve deterrent to others in the category.
The ex-diplomat noted that the ugly trend has lingered too long amidst the effort of the federal government through the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, to nip it in the bud.
She however warned that the commission would not fold its arms and allow unscrupulous elements have their ways in their desperate bid to destroy the future of children and educational system in the country.
“It was saddening that some parents and others in the cohort were unperturbed about the bleak future in the event that the unwholesome activities persist unabated.
“NSSSEC was established to standardize educational system at post basic level as a gateway to tertiary education, stakeholders should help in stemming the tide of examination fraud for the sake of the nation’s future”, she added.
Akanbi therefore confirmed that, “Our commission has been inundated with the rising cases of irregularities and high level of malpractice during external examinations at secondary school level. This is a sad tale amidst the effort of the federal government through the Honourable Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, to nip it in the bud.
“It is even more saddening that some parents are aiding and abetting examination malpractice in the country. But they should be informed from now on that it would be business unusual for them. The rot that has eaten deep into the system of our education at post basic level has to be curbed if the future of our children and educational system is not about to be destroyed.
“As a commission under our leadership, we won’t fold our arms and allow unscrupulous elements have their ways in their desperate bid to destroy the future of our children and educational system in the country. They should have it at the back of their minds that culprits and accomplices would not only be arrested but also face prosecution and get the prescribed punishment for their actions.”
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