Expect Your 2021 SSCE Results Soon, NECO Tells Students

The National Examination Council says  its 2021 Senior Secondary School Examination results  will be released “very soon.”

NECO’s spokesperson, Azeez Sani gave this update when he spoke to TheCable on Tuesday.

In August, NECO had hinted that the results could be released shortly after marking, which it said usually takes up to three weeks.

But the council has kept mum since then over the specific date that the results would be released.

This has continued to elicit concerns among candidates who sat for the exam as they look forward to seeing the outcome of their efforts.

According to Sani, the SSCE results are already being processed, adding that the council would release them in due course.

The council’s spokesman, however, did not reveal the actual date for the release of the results.

The Academic Staff Union Of Secondary Schools has lamented over the shortage of Teachers in Kogi State.

The State ASUSS Chairman Comrade Ranti Ojo said this on Tuesday during the 2021 International Teachers Day in Lokoja.

Ojo said that their union is pained and disillusioned over the precarious circumstance they found themselves in.

He explained that the problem of shortage of teachers has attained a pandemic status as a result of the fallout of the various screening exercise conducted by the Governor Yahaya Bello-led administration, which led to the exit of teachers from classrooms due to massive compulsory retirement inflicted on them.

The ASUSS chairman reminded the government that playing politics with education is tantamount to playing politics with the future of students and children, in Kogi State stressing that “this will on the long run have a grave consequence on the society as what goes around surely must come around.”

Continuing, Ojo said “we will be failing ourselves as a union, failing our beloved students in particular and the society in general, if we shy away from presenting the challenge of abysmal shortage of teachers in our schools as it is. For more than a decade ago our union has been decrying the colossal shortage of teachers in our secondary schools.”

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