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NECO withholds results of 30,000 candidates in Niger over debt

16.9.2019

NECO withholds results of 30,000 candidates in Niger over debt

The students are currently unable to access their NECO May/June SSCE, results released on August 27, 2019.

“The state government has been paying NECO and WAEC for its students from the previous administrations and the arrangement has always been that when the government has funds, we pay.

“For us, as a government, we do not have money to release at once but as a responsive government, we have a clear picture of what we want to do. Once we get money, we will give them. Within the available resources, we have given what we have and we will continue to give them what we have until we clear the accumulated debts.”

Read more: The Punch Newspapers

Withholding kids results that's crazy what's the country money meant for,for politicians an there associate madness.While other country's are sponsoring there future leaders to higher institutions of leaning free an loans. This is what federal govt should fund but NO,they are buying cars... The zoo You lot should go and swear affidavit and move on

I'm sure most of these candidates are from Government Schools, What is Ministry of The Education doing Nothing will no go see for this country

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