WAEC: Stay out of malpractices, principal warns students in Delta as Saint Augustine’s college ranks first
Ahead of the main West African Examination Council ( WAEC) examinations of the 2023, The Principal of Saint Augustine’s College, Oghara Kingdom in Delta State, Rev fr Tugudu on Wednesday warns against examination malpractices, stressing that sanctions await students indulged in the act.
Speaking to Journalists, Rev fr Tugudu noted that examination malpractices over the years had brought shame to hundreds of students who dubiously passed their examinations in flying colours, and entered the University, adding that upon their graduation, they suffer shame and dishonour during which they are called upon to showcase what they have studied.
The Benue born Rev fr Tugudu said” At Saint Augustine’s College, Oghara Kingdom, We are first among others because we don’t discuss examination malpractices. We have severally received awards of excellence for being the best in the south South region. Our students did excellently well in the recently released results of UTME, infact out of the thirty students we had and who sat for the examination, twenty nine of them had the best results that can take them to any university.
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We are seriously against examination malpractices and We are currently working with the state and federal governments to ensure that examination malpractices no longer exist in schools. And in our school, Saint Augustine’s College, Oghara any teacher caught aiding the students, will be handed over to the police for severe punishments”.
Regretting the huge damage caused by examination malpractices to unsuspecting students across the globe, Rev fr Tugudu however called on stakeholders to redouble its efforts with a view to stamping out completely examination malpractices, disclosing that Saint Augustine’s College barely six years, has won many laurels especially as the best in examination conduct, among others.