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Niger stops payment of WASSCE fees, parents beg

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Enyioha Opara with agency report The Niger State Government said it would discontinue the payment of the West African Senior School Examination Certificate Examination and National Examination Council fees for its students in secondary schools in the state. The state governor, Sani Bello, disclosed this on Tuesday when he visited the Justice Legbo Kutigi Secondary […]

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