The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has responded to the difference between the statement of result issued to President Buhari in 2015 and the attestation of result presented to the president on Friday, November 2, 2018.
The list of subjects in the 2018 attestation were less than those contained in the 2015 statement of result.
When a Twitter user queried WAEC asking, “how come mathematics and woodwoork that you had F9 (fail) both disappeared in you new @waecnigeria result. Keep embarrassing us sir. I wonder what basis senator adeleke is being prosecuted?”
WAEC responded saying, “subjects that a candidate had F9s in are no longer captured in certificates or Attestation of Results.”
WAEC however did not exactly state what year this new policy took effect.
See more reactions by WAEC to some other questions surrounding the president’s result
Sorry, bro. We no longer capture in our certificates or Attestation of Results the subjects a candidate had F9s in, please.Sule Matthew Oloche@sulefield
@MBuhari How come mathematics and woodwoork that you had F9 (fail) both disappeared in you new @waecnigeria result. Keep embarrassing us sir. I wonder what basis senator adeleke is being prosecuted? @renoomokri
Stop misinforming people.
You can’t apply for Attestation of Results or any other document if you have not registered and sat the examination.IamIllumHenAte@iamillumhenate
To whom it may concern, it is now glaring you don’t need to attend a secondary school to obtain a WAEC Certificate. Simply go to @waecnigeria and apply for an attestation and you’re good to go.
He did not apply for it in 2015.Adeloye Olumide@AdeloyeOlumideReplying to @waecnigeria @ogunladeoluwas1
Oshe… This country is a joke…
My question is, why did you not issued him attestation of result in 2015?
In 2015, 85% wanted change
Now 2019 99% want any other thing. Nigerians are fast learner.
It should be the passport photo he submitted during the application for Attestation of Results.Chris Godwalk Onova@chrisonovaReplying to @waecnigeria @PhilipObin
Please elucidate of the 3rd item of your lecture…cos this passport we have here is for Baba (old) not Bobo (young) applicant. Shouldn’t it be the photograph as at the time he sat for the exam, which I believe he did…?
Thank you. There has been so much display of ignorance on this matter. If you know, you know!HENRY Okelue
✔@4eyedmonkReplying to @sirwebs and 2 others
You mean FBI. WAEC did what it had to do according to its mandate. I am sure somebody will attempt to question WAEC in court..another waste of money.
That person should approach @waecnigeria either to have his results confirmed to that institution or to have his Attestation of Results processed.HENRY Okelue
✔@4eyedmonkReplying to @4eyedmonk and 3 others
Here is my question. If somebody is required to present their WAEC certificate but does not have access to the original, who should that person approach?
What happened was that Move On Nigeria went to Ghana to ask for a record that is in Nigeria. Was the exam done in Ghana? And for the avoidance of doubt, only the candidate and a court of competent jurisdiction can ask the Council for any certificate/result.The Jonathanian@The_Jonathanian
In 2015, WAEC volunteered that they could not find the record of Buhari’s WASC.
In 2018, @waecnigeria produced an ATTESTATION CERTIFICATE.
Nigerians need to know.
We must get to the bottom of this absurd drama.
Letter of application; Police report on lost or damaged certificate; Photocopy of lost or damaged certificate; Two recent passport-sized photos of the candidate; Sworn Affidavit for collection of Attestation of Result; & Administrative fee of N20, 000.kayode owolabi@donkaytreReplying to @waecnigeria
what are the requirements for me to get an attestation of results