The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has announced the temporary relocation of one of the state offices in Nigeria to the closest Zonal office over hoodlums attack.
WAEC on Tuesday announced the temporary relocation of the Calabar office of Cross Rivers State to the Zonal office in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state capital.
The relocation was contained in a press statement signed by the Acting Head of Public Affairs of the examination council, Demianus G. Ojijeogu on behalf of the National head of the council.
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According to the statement, the development is as a result of the attack on the Calabar office by hoodlums on the 24th of October, 2020, which led to vandalidation, looting and burning of the said office.
WAEC therefore disclosed that the activities in the vandalised office will henceforth be carried out from the Zonal office in Uyo, pending the time the office will be returned to the state.
The interim relocation is to enable the council continue to effectively carry out their duties and render their services to the citizens and stakeholders in the state.
Meanwhile, the renowned west African Examination body with international recognition has announced the release of the results for the 2020 WAEC examination for Schools candidates.