The West African Examination Council WAEC says it will do everything possible to stop special centers also known as ‘Miracle Centers’ for its examinations in the country.

The West African Examination Council WAEC says it will do everything possible to stop special centers also known as ‘Miracle Centers’ for its examinations in the country.

Deputy Registrar/Zonal Coordinator, WAEC in Enugu State Eucharia Onodu, made the vow in Enugu at a stakeholder’s round table on how to end examination malpractice during West African School Certificate Examination and the National Examination Council NECO.

The round table was organised by a group, bursting the Myths of Miracle Examination Centre BMMEC Enugu in collaboration with the Anti-Corruption Evidence ACE for stakeholders across the country.

Onodu said the council had put in a lot of measures to curb the menace in their examinations.

The Principal Investigator, BMMEC, Uzoma Okoye, said the discussions were aimed to end examination malpractice during WASCE and NECO examinations.

Okoye said the group was partnering with the Anti-Corruption Evidence ACE to galvanise critical stakeholders at proffering solution to corruption in educational system.