The Spokesman of West African Examination council (WAEC), Sallieu Kamara has accused some Principals of Senior Secondary Schools of not submitting the final entries of candidates that will be taking the 2022 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

He said since they are providing a national service, the council has decided to open the portal for the last time where school authorities can complete their work to ensure no candidate is left behind.

“WAEC has opened the portal for all principals that have not submitted the final entries of their candidates to do so now, or they will not be allowed to sit,” Kamara said on the state broadcast last week.

According to New Vision Newspaper, he said since some principals have not completed their work and WAEC decided to open this portal to enable them to submit their entries. He said some principals have also accused the Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education (MBSSE) of submitting the certified copies very late in addition to receiving late fees.

“WAEC wants to send the quotation for the printing of the examination materials. If you have any problem please go to our headquarters as our team is there to address any issue,” he said. He appealed to government and principals to make sure they do their work on time to avoid problem.