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In the just concluded 2021WASSCE…Ahmadiyya School Gets 80% University Requirement

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By Mohamed Kamara

The Vice Principal of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Secondary School at Kissy Dockyard has revealed in an exclusive interview that in the just concluded 2021 West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSEC), the Ahmaddiya Senior Secondary gets 80% university requirement.

Sheikh NmarKamara went on to say that the school has continued to maintain its integrity as an emblem of education by securing 80% of university requirement in the 2021 WASSCE. He added that over 1,863 candidates took the 2021 WASSCE and 98 results were seized but 80% of the pupils were able to get university requirement. Sheikh NmarKamara thanked the staff for their dedication and commitment in preparing the pupils before the examinations.

A further investigation into the WASSCE performance has revealed thatthe Sierra Leone Muslim Brotherhood faces serious setback and most pupils’ results were seized. As a result of that, the school’s authorities, guardians, parents and pupils have expressed frustrations over the outcome of the 2021 Examination results of both the 2021 BECE and WASSCE.

Modern High School situated at Kuku’s Drive off Jomo Kenyatta

Road and the Christ the Kingdom College in Bo, who also suffered similar challenges in the 2021 WASSCEhave forwarded their letters of complaint to the appropriate authorities.

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