WAEC releases 2021 WASSCE results

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BREAKING: WAEC releases 2021 WASSCE results/Shoprite concludes sale of Nigerian subsidiaries

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private candidates, 2021 – First Series.

Head of the Nigeria National Office, WAEC, Mr Patrick Areghan, told reporters on Tuesday the examination was primarily designed to help candidates seeking admission to tertiary institutions to reduce the waiting time for results and beat admission deadlines.

He said: “The analysis of the statistics of the performance of candidates shows that out of the Seven Thousand Two Hundred and Eighty-Nine (7,289) candidates that sat the examination:

“Two Thousand Nine Hundred and Thirty-Eight (2,938) candidates representing 40.31 per cent obtained credit and above in a minimum of any five subjects (with or without English Language and/or Mathematics; out of which One Thousand Three Hundred and Ninety-Six (1,396) were male and One Thousand five Hundred and Forty-Two (1,542) were female candidates, representing 47.52%and 52.48 % respectively;

How Can I Check My WAEC Results?

Congratulations to all those who sat for WAEC and according to what we heard that over 68% of those who wrote waec made very good grades and i know you among them.

WAEC examination board has made checking of results really simple for everyone who wrote the April/May 2021 WAEC examination.

You can check your result through WAEC scratched cards or online through WAEC pin/code and we will show everything on how to get your fast.

How Can I Check My WAEC Results Online?

How Can I Check My WAEC Results Without Scratched Card?

To check your waec released result without a scratch card you’ll have to send an SMS to a code in the following format on our mobile device;

Send SMS in the format WAEC*EXAM NO*PIN*EXAM YEAR to 32327 {GLO, AIRTEL and MTN subscribers only)

A short example would be WAEC*34565665hg*3345456*2010 then send to 32327

Then wait say 20 minutes for your waec result.

Shoprite concludes sale of Nigerian subsidiaries

Based in Keasbey, New Jersey, ShopRite consists of 50 individually owned and operated affiliates with over 300 stores, all under its corporate and distribution arm, Wakefern Food Corporation. Wakefern itself owns and operates 28 of the locations through subsidiary ShopRite Supermarkets and is the largest affiliate within the cooperative.[1] Several Wakefern members own and operate single ShopRite stores, while most own multiple locations. The average Wakefern member operates six stores.

South African Company, Shoprite Holdings Limited, has announced that the sale of its Nigerian outlets are being concluded.

The company said it would shut down operations in the country by disposing a 100 per cent equity stake in its Nigerian retail supermarkets.

In its latest financial report for December 2020 operations obtained from the company’s website on Tuesday, Shoprite stated that the company was awaiting approval from the Nigerian Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission after lodging the transaction with the commission.

According to the company, the management expects the transaction to be approved by the end of the 2021 financial year.

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