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SS3 Students Stranded As School Owner Collects WAEC Fees, Disappears And Put School For Sale

A viral video has shown the moment some students were stranded after they came to write their West African School Certificate Examination, WAEC. 

The story behind the short clip has it that the school owner collected and pocketed WAEC registration fees from candidates and then disappeared into thin air.

Reports have it that the incident happened in Edo state and the students were seen smashing windows on the premises.

The school owner was also said to have put up the school for sale as attested to by a notice posted at the school gate. 

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Instagram users react 

@naomikamara92 commented: “This is sad but I’m laughing. Nothing my Benin people no fit do.” 

@zaddy_beac said: “Them don scam upcoming g boys. Una mind don dey.” 

@hypegad reacted: “Our kids got no future here. It’s scary.” 

@ngfabs commented: “Is this playing? What type of playing is this?” 

@oluwa_soji7 commented: “Nor be small thing person go see for this Nigeria.” 

@chigozie_ehim1 said: “He should be arrested immediately.” 

@cindyehiz23 reacted: “Too bad, this is frequent is Benin Edo state.” 

@raie__x asked: “Nawa oh which kind Ponzi scheme be this.” 

Watch the video below:

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