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  • The below are full list of schools backlisted by WAEC 2022. 

 

THE NATION REPORTERS reports that full List of schools blacklisted by West Africa Examination Council, WAEC 2022 has been further updated below.

 

RIVERS STATE

Latest Update: “The attention of the West African Examinations Councils is hereby drawn to the copy of the list of derecognized schools given to the Ministry of Education in Rivers State. We wish to state the following “The Government of the state was not responsible for the de-recognition of schools in Rivers State, rather, they have been cooperating with WAEC through the Ministry of Education in ensuring sanity and quality Education in the State.

 

“The schools were derecognized as a result of examination malpractice perpetrated in the schools during the WASSCE for School Candidates, 2021.

 

“De-recognition of schools was a decision of the Nigeria Examination Committee on schools that perpetrated examination malpractice across the country.

 

“The derecognized schools were not delisted or banned from writing the examination in the state, but MUST pay the penalty for the conduct of the examination in their schools.

 

“No teacher from any of the derecognized schools will participate in the conduct of the examination in the school for the period of two years as external supervisors and Invigilators will be deployed from other schools to conduct the examination,” it concluded.

 

IDOMA VOICE reports that the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has banned 35 secondary schools in Rivers State from presenting candidates for the Secondary School Certificate Examination over their involvement in examination malpractices in past exams.

 

This was contained in a letter signed by the Deputy Registrar/Zonal Coordinator for Head of National Office of WAEC, S.D. KUM, and addressed to the affected schools, through the State Ministry of Education.

 

According to the letter, schools affected by the ban are barred from registering candidates for the examination until further notice.

 

List of Schools Blacklisted By WAEC 2022

 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS

 

El-Olam Global Academy, Ogbogoro

 

Rehoboth Int’l Secondary School

 

Midland Int’l Christain Sec. Scch. Port Harcourt

 

Rootway Compre. College, Port Harcourt

 

Charry Compre. Sech. Sch. Port Harcourt

 

Millennium High School, Port Harcourt

 

Sony Memorial College, Diobu

 

Sit-Up International College Oyigbo

 

Excel Comprehensive College, Okrika

 

Victory High School, Port Harcourt

 

Atlantic Heralds High School, Port Harcourt

 

Nigerian Christain Comp. College Asarama

 

John Wesley College, Bori

 

Nobsants International Sec. Sch. Igbo Etche

 

Unique International Sec. School, Etche

 

Ranjeny’s High School, Ogale Nchia Eleme

 

Baptisit Vocational College, Ahoada

 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS

 

Community Secondary School, Ido

 

Community Secondary School, Baranyowa Dere

 

Community Secondary School, Kono Benue

 

Community Secondary School, Kpean

 

Comprehensive High School, Sii Khanna

 

Kono Secondary School, Kono

 

Community Secondary School, Baen

 

Community Secondary School, Ngo-Uyeada

 

Community Senior Secondary School Abam-ama

 

Community Secondary School, Ban-Ogoi

 

Tus-Tus Community Secondary School, Korokoro

 

Joinkrama Girls’s Secondary School, Joinkrama

 

Western Ahoada County High School, Ahoada

 

Community Secondary School, Ebubu Eleme

 

In reaction to the list of blacklisted schools by WAEC, the Rivers State Government demoted 14 public secondary schools principals over their schools’ involvement in examination malpractices.

 

The state Commissioner for Education, Professor Kaniye Ebeku relayed their demotion on Monday, March 21 in Port-Harcourt, saying it was in response to the delisting of 35 schools in the state from participating in WAEC’s examinations. He blamed school administrators for allowing examination malpractices to thrive in their Centres.

 

21 private schools affected by WAEC delisting have also been stripped of their licenses by the state government.

 

The commissioner stated that the state has no tolerance for examination malpractices as it had in the past dismissed and suspended Principals and staff found wanting, including the withdrawal of approval certificates of private schools involved in the act.

 

KWARA STATE

 

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) sanctioned 165 private and public schools in Kwara State for various forms of examination malpractices during the 2019 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE).

 

Affected were 122 public secondary schools and 43 private schools.

 

The schools, which have been blacklisted and fined N25,000 each by the examination body, cut across the three senatorial districts of the state.

The schools blacklisted / sanctioned includes:

1. Alade College, Ajase-Ipo

 

2. Muslim Community Secondary School, Odo-Eku

 

3. Government Unity Secondary School, Kaiama

 

4. Central Secondary School, Iji-Isin

 

5. ECWA Secondary School, Odu-Eku

 

6. Comprehensive High School, Oko

 

7. Obi International College, Omu-Aran

 

8. Banwo Olufunto Ideal College, Ajase-Ipo

 

9. Apaarin Community Grammar School, Igbonla

 

10. Government Day Secondary School, Rore

 

11. Federal Government Girls’ College, Omu-Aran

 

12. Ini-Oluafemi model Secondary School, Gaa-Odota area, Ilorin

 

13. Senior Secondary School, Gbagba, Ilorin

 

14. Iman dar-Al-Hijra Islamic College, Apalara Adewole Estate, Ilorin

 

15. Tahfizzul Quran International College, Ilorin

 

16. Olayemi Comprehensive College, Temidire

 

17. Future Stars International College, Ilorin

 

18. Ajoke Model College, Ilorin

 

19. Royal International College, Ilorin

 

20. International Arts & Science Academy, Agbabiaka, Ilorin

 

21. Alade College, Taiwo Road, Ilorin

 

22. Government Girls’ Day Secondary School, Oko-Erin

 

23. Baboko Community Secondary School, Ilorin

 

24. Crystal Model College, Gaa-Akanbi/Agba Dam, Ilorin

 

25. Harmony College, Biada Community, Kilanko, Ilorin

 

26. Omolola High School, Agbo Olunlade, Ilorin

 

27.Hasbiyallahul-Adabiyy Model Secondary School, Ilorin

 

28.Masha-Alahu College, Tanke, Ilorin

 

29. Senior Secondary School, Ero-Omo, Ilorin

 

30. Royal Rainbow International School, Alagbede Area, Ilorin

 

31. Al-Mawahib College, Gaa-Olobi, Okolowo, Ilorin

 

32. Senior Secondary School, Danialu, Ilorin

 

33. Nana Aishat Academy, Akerebiata, Ilorin

 

34. Shekinah Glory Academy, Fate, ILorin

 

35. Omo Hiyah College of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Isale-Koko

 

36.Hollab College, Gaa-Akanbi, Ilorin

 

37.Excellent International College, Tanke

 

38. Sango Senior Secondary School, Kulende, Ilorin

 

39.Adebola College, Gaa-Akanbi, Ilorin

 

40.Cornerstone International Secondary School, Tanke

 

41. Alexander College of Arts & Science, Upper Gaa-Akanbi, Ilorin

 

42.Precious Gift International School, Ilorin

 

43.Ilorin South Local Government Secondary School, Oke-Adini

 

44.Dalex Royal College, Ilorin

 

45.Taoheed Secondary School, Ilorin

 

46.Senior Secondary SChool, Oke-Ose, Dangiwa

 

47.Government Day Secondary School, Oke-Aluko, Ilorin

 

48.Adrin College, Ilorin

 

Senior Secondary School, Panada-Oja

 

49.Al-Muwahideen Model College, Oke-Ose

 

50.Iman Hamzat Model College, Alagbado

 

51.Best Way College, Oke-Oyi

 

52.Government Day Secondary School, Ojagboro, Ilorin

 

53.David Akintola College, Ilorin

 

54. Government Day Secondary School, Oke-Ogbe

 

55. Government Day Secondary School, Tapa Ayetoro-Oja

 

56. Community Grammar School, Ile-Apa

 

57. Community Secondary School, Oke-Oyi Oja

 

58.Bukola Ansarul Islam High School, Budo-Are

 

59. Government Day Secondary School, Kaiama

 

60.Government Secondary School, Kugiji Kaiama Local

 

61.Government Secondary School, Gwaria

 

62.Kaiama Local Government Senior Secondary School, Bani

 

63.Ola International College, Kaiama

 

64.Al-Lateef islamic Model College, Kaiama

 

65.Mora Tasude Senior Secondary School, Kaiama

 

66.Government Secondary School, Tunga Aboki

 

67. Baptist Model High School, Kaiama

 

68. Kunfayakun Islamic College, Kaiama

 

69.Government Secondary School, Malete

 

70. Supreme Secondary School, Kaiama

 

71. Moro Local Government Secondary School, Ejidongari

 

72. Moro Local Government Secondary School, Oloru

 

73. Government Secondary School, Bode Sa’adu

 

74. Government Day Secondary School, Shao

 

75. United Missionary Church of Africa Comprehensive High School

 

76. Government Day Secondary School, Lanwa

 

77. Government Secondary School, Jebba

 

78.Maryland College, Jebba

 

79.Anglican College of Commerce, Offa

 

80.Ansarul-Deen College, Offa

 

81. Iyeru Grammar School, Offa

 

82.Offa Community Secondary School, Offa

 

83. Moremi High School, Offa

 

84. Nawar-ud-Deen Grammar School, Offa

 

85. Mustapha Standard College, Offa

 

86. Government Day Secondary School, Offa

 

87. Fatima Community College, Ekan-Meje/Aran Orin

 

88. Babalola Memorial (CAC) Grammar School, Odo-Owa

 

89. Nowa Secondary School, Offa

 

90. Idofin High School, Idofin

 

91. Anglican Grammar School, Ilale

 

92. Iloffa Comprehensive High School, Iloffa

 

93. Ojoku Grammar School, Ojoku

 

94.Government Secondary School, Igosun

 

95.Government Secondary School, Ipee

 

96.Ansar-Ud-Deen 97.Islamic High School, Ipee

 

98. Ikotun High School, Oyun

 

99. Igosun High School, Igosun

 

100. Ansar-Ud-Deen College, Ikotun

 

101. Ansar-Ud-Deen College, Ijagbo

 

102. Oyun Local Government Secondary School, Ilemona

 

103. Bimaks International School, Ijagbo

 

104. Patigi Secondary School, Patigi

 

105. The Apostolic Church Secondary School, Patigi

 

106. Senior Secondary School, Lata, Patigi

 

107. Unique Faith Progressive College, Lade, Patigi

 

108. Senior Secondary School, Ndanaku

 

109. Community Secondary School, Tankpafu

 

110. Etsu Ibrahim Chatta Senior Secondary School, 111. Gboke, Patigi Zamad College, Lade

 

112. Agbeyangi Community Secondary School, Agbeyangi, Ilorin

 

113. Government Secondary School, Ilorin

 

114. Adeshina International College, Share

 

115. Community Senior Secondary School, Labaka-Oja

 

116. Senior Secondary School, Oke-Oyan

 

117. Igbo-Owu Commercial Secondary School, Igbo-Owu

 

118. Aworo-Ona Grammar School, Irabon, Oro-Ago

 

119. Awulesoro High School, Owa-Kajola

 

120. Agunjin District High School, Agunjin

 

121. Government Secondary School, Babanla

 

122. Secondary Commercial College, Omi-Aro

 

123. Idera Community Secondary School, Idera

 

124. Community Grammar School, Ora

 

125.Community Secondary School, Elerinjare

 

126. Government Unity Technical College, Amodu Asungbolu

 

127. Government Secondary School, Share

 

128. Jama’atul Nasril Islam College, Babanloma

 

129. Omupo (Anglican) Grammar School, Omupo

 

130. Plafair Memorial College, Oro-Ago

 

131. Tetegun Comprehensive High School, Apado

 

132. Idofian Grammar School, Idofian

 

133. Government Secondary School, Lajiki

 

134. Community Secondary School, Iponrin

 

135. Muslim Community Secondary School, Osi

 

136. Communuity High School, Isapa

 

137. Government Secondary School, Obbo-Aiyegunle

 

138. Isare-OPin Grammar School, Isare-Opin, Ekiti, Kwara State

 

139. NYSC Model Secondary School, Kpandaragi

 

140. Etsu Abdullahi Secondary School, Bacita Village Bata-Kinti

 

141. Comprehensive High School, Dumagi

 

142. Osi Central Secondary School, Osi

 

143. Government Day Secondary School, Zambufu

 

144. Government Day Secondary School, Gbugbu

 

145. Government Day Secondary School, Bacita

 

146. Lafiagi Secondary School, Lafiagi

 

147. Senior Secondary School, Yakiru

 

148. Government Secondary School, Gbabe

 

149. Community Secondary School, Chikanda

 

150. Calvary Grace Model, Kosubosu, Baruten LGA

 

151. Senior Secondary School, Gbere Bereru

 

152. Senior Secondary School, Gwasoro

 

153. Cornerstone Secondary School, Chikanda

 

154. Ansarul-Islam Secondary School, Taberu

 

155. Government High School, Kenu

 

156. Government High School, Boriya

 

157. Ansarul Islam Secondary School, Gure

 

158. Government Secondary School, Shiya

 

159. Government Secondary School, Gwanara

 

160.Government Secondary School, Ilesha-Baruba

 

161. Government Secondary School, Yashikira

 

162. Government Secondary School, Otte

 

163. Asa Local Government Secondary School, Budo-Tuntun

 

164. Asa Local Government Secondary School, Abayawo, Ilorin

 

165. Asa Local Government Commercial Secondary School, Bakase.

 

Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq in a statement through his spokesperson, Rafiu Ajakaye in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, on Tuesday, expressed sadness over the development, describing it “as unfortunate.”

 

He further threatened heavy sanctions against school heads or officials caught aiding and abetting examination malpractices in the state.

 

He added that “the development is the worst in the history of the state.”

 

It will be recalled that WAEC conducted the examinations between 8th April and 31st May, 2019 across the country.

BENUE STATE:

 

No fewer than 30 schools have been delisted in Benue State by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) over examination malpractices.

 

The state Commissioner for Education, Prof. Dennis Ityavya, disclosed this to newsmen on Saturday.

 

According to Ityavya, some of the affected schools are private adding that some of the schools have had their results withdrawn.

 

“Let me inform the public that WAEC has delisted 30 schools in the state and most of them are private schools, some of them have had their results withdrawn by the body for examination malpractices.”

 

The commissioner noted that the state government had also listed over one thousand schools, both primary and post-primary, for shutdown.

 

Recall that about 2,300 illegal primary and post-primary schools were closed in 2018 by the state government.

 

Ityavya, who decried the proliferation of illegal schools in the state, said officials of the ministry alongside security operatives, would move round the state to shut down the illegal schools.


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