The Kogi State Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has announced a change of dates for the conduction of its schools’ examinations.
The announcement was made by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry Mr Emmanuel Idenyi on Friday in Lokoja.
NAN reports that the ministry had earlier released the timetable for school examinations in which the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) was scheduled between September 28 and October 7.
The Common Entrance Examination (CEE) was earlier scheduled for October 17 and Basic Six Examination (FSLCE) for October 13.
Idenyi explained that the decision on the change in the internal examinations’ date, was taken after a series of engagements with the relevant stakeholders.
The Permanent Secretary assured all stakeholders that the government would take a position that would be convenient and acceptable to all.
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