BECE 2020 candidates protest on Facebook for their Placements
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It has been clear that , the candidates who wrote their BECE in September 2020 can no more wait for their placement .
Back in December when their results were released , most of them were very happy that their results are in .
After the release of the results , they were waiting eagerly for the placements of the Senior High Schools they had but up till now the placements are not in and due to that many are very angry because they are waiting for the placements in order for their parents to prepare adequately .
The reason why they are also angry is because , it was said that , the schools will he released on Sunday 21st February but up till today , the schools is still not in .
Due to that , someone funnily posted on his Facebook page that they should go to the Waec office to protest in order for their placement to be released . see screenshots
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