Connect with us

Awarness

WAEC Releases SSCE 2020 Results

Published

on

The address by the @waecnigeria Head of National Office, Patrick Areghan, to announce release of results of WASSCE SC, 2020 today at the WAEC National Office, Lagos.

Remember the smart identity card used during the exams? Well, the result checker pin and serial number contained on it are all that is needed.

1. Go to https://www.waecdirect.org. which is the WAEC result checking portal.

2. Enter your WAEC Examination Number in the required column.

3. Select your Examination Year

4. Select your Examination Type which is “school candidate result”.

6. Enter the Card PIN afterwards.

7. Finally, click “Submit” button to get your 2020 WAEC Result.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Awarness

Reno Omokri Challenges General Buratai To A Physical Combat Without Weapons

Published

on

By

Former Presidential aid Reno Omokri has challenged General Buratai to a one-on-one deadly fight to avenge the death of unarmed protestors killed.

Reno Omokri reacting to the denial of the army of killing unarmed peaceful protestors challenged the General to a fight without weapons.

According to him, he wants God to use him to avenge the death of the slaughtered unarmed peaceful protestors at Lekki tollgate two weeks ago.

My greatest desire in November is to be in a room with General Buratai. No weapons. No referee. Man to man combat. Only one man coming out alive. Let God use me to avenge the cowardly slaughter of peaceful, unarmed, #EndSARS protesters at #LekkiMassacre by that spineless coward!

Continue Reading

Awarness

Iphone SE 2020 ($399): Should Anyone Buy This?

Published

on

By

iPhone SE 2020 (2nd Gen) is Apple’s newest budget iPhone with a similar Build as the iPhone 8 with processing power of the iPhone 11 Pro. 

– 4.7-inch LCD Display
– Back Camera: 12MP OIS 4K 60FPS
– Front Camera: 7MP Front
– Processor: A13 Bionic Chip 
– iOS 13
– IP67 Water Resistant 
– Touch ID
– Wireless Charging
– Black, White & Product RED

$399 64GB // NGN 165,585
$449 128GB // NGN 186,335
$549 256GB // NGN 227,835

Preorder (US) 17 April
Ships 24 April

Continue Reading

Awarness

Reps Receive March Salary, Defer COVID-19 Donation

Published

on

By

Members of the House of Representatives have shifted the donation of their two months salaries to April and May this year. 

This was sequel to the payment of their March salaries against their earlier pledge. The members started receiving their salaries on Tuesday, Daily Trust gathered.

It could be recalled that Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila had in a video message announced the donation of the two months salaries to aid the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation, he had said, will start from the March. 

Many members, however, received their payments without the deduction despite their promise to donate two months’ salaries to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

A member of the House who was paid his March salary disclosed to our reporter that many of his colleagues have equally received theirs. “The Speaker said March and April but members yesterday received March salaries. 

There’s seeming lack of coordination between the leadership and the clerk of NASS who’s responsible for transferring the funds,” he said. 

Another member, Solomon Maren (PDP, Plateau) confirmed that he was also paid his March salary. Shocked by the development, Maren contacted the Speaker about the development. 

“The Clerk explained to the Speaker, that when the instruction for the deductions was given, it was late because the various banks have already prepared everything regarding the payment of salaries. “So, since it will not be reversed, the payment will now start from April and then May. 

You know, the banks are not working,” the lawmaker said. Reacting, the House spokesman, Benjamin Okezie Kali (APC, Abia) stated that the debit authorisation for the month had gone out in line with the standing debit order from the management of the National Assembly to the banks. 

“If there are administrative technical hitches, it is not due to the fault of the members but a minor payment system error that will be corrected to effect our unanimous decision that supports the federal government during these trying times,” he said.

Continue Reading

Trending

Copyright © 2020 Sharpernews. Designed by Raymytech Int.