Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – Amidst a number of concerns by students, parents, and educators alike over the delayed release of the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results, the result would be out Tomorrow Tuesday 3rd October according to Conrad Sackey, the Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education.
In a recent statement addressing the issue, the Minister of Basic and Senior Secondary Education, sought to quell the mounting speculation. He confirmed that the ministry had indeed received the WASSCE results from the West African Examination Council (WAEC).
Minister Sackey reassured the public that his team is actively working on the thorough analysis of the examination results to ensure accuracy and fairness. He emphasized the importance of comprehensive quality control measures to verify the results before their release to the public.
“I want to assure all stakeholders that we take the concerns regarding the WASSCE results seriously. Our team is diligently reviewing the results to ensure that they meet the highest standards of integrity and fairness,” stated Minister Sackey.
The minister went on to announce that the official release of the WASSCE results is scheduled for Monday, 2nd October 2023. This announcement is expected to ease the growing tension and anxiety among students, parents, and educators eagerly awaiting the outcomes of this crucial examination.
As the nation awaits the official release of the WASSCE results, the government’s commitment to transparency and fairness in the education system remains under scrutiny. The upcoming release on 2nd October will undoubtedly be a pivotal moment for students and their families as they await the outcome of their hard work and dedication. OG/2/10/2023