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The West African Examinations Council has challenged supervisors to work with utmost dedication.

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The West African Examinations Council WAEC has challenged supervisors to work with utmost dedication and integrity for successful conduct of the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examination WASSCE.

The Deputy Registrar/Zonal Coordinator of the council, Ikeja, Amos Dangut, gave the advice at a workshop to brief supervisors of their roles during the conduct of the examination in Lagos yesterday.

He recalled that about 650 supervisors, drawn from District One in the State participated in the workshop, noting that the aim of the workshop was to inform and educate the supervisors on the procedures for the conduct of the examinations and to discourage bad habits and procedures in the past.

The examination is scheduled to start from Monday, May 16 to Thursday, June 23 and examination supervisors were appointed to be in a position of trust and, therefore, are expected to show a high degree of integrity in the conduct of the test in accordance with WAEC rules, regulations and instructions.

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