The West African Examination Council, WAEC, has disclosed that it will send the timetable of its examinations to the Independent National Electoral Commission and other agencies in order to prevent a clash of schedules in the future.
The Public Relations Officer, WAEC, Mr. Demianus Ojijeogu, spoke in reaction to the clash in the dates of the Edo governorship poll and the November/December West African Senior School Certificate Examination, in which the candidates are expected to sit for Mathematics 1 and 2.
WAEC had fixed the poll for September 10, and later asked candidates to relocate to neighbouring Delta and Ondo states due to the election.
“So, the report is not true. But, this a big lesson for us. Subsequently, we are going to forward our timetable to INEC and other relevant agencies.
“We expect that there will be by-elections and reruns so we will send the timetable to them so that we can be on the same page. We also expect them to do the same with us.
“But, for now, we are heeding the advice of the INEC to relocate the candidates to neighbouring states and we have secured centres in Delta and Ondo states for that purpose.”