WAEC fire: Our records not affected, no life lost – Management

Fire outbreak at WAEC headquarters in Lagos, rescue efforts ongoing

The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has said that all important documents and records are intact. This follows an early morning fire that gutted its National Office, Yaba, Lagos on Wednesday morning.

Also, it was confirmed no life was lost in the process.

A statement by the Head of, Public Affairs Department, Moyosola Adesina, commended the Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service and other emergency responders for prompt response to the situation.

According to Adesina, ”WAEC wishes to inform the general public that there was an early morning fire incident at the WAEC National Office, Yaba, Lagos. READ IT HERE.

“It was swiftly contained by a combined team of fire fighters.

“Thankfully, no life was lost and all important documents and records are intact.”

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has launched its Digital Certificate platform. This is to meet the constant demands of a changing world.

The Head National Office (HNO), Patrick Areghan, stated this during his welcome address at the platform unveiling ceremony in Lagos.

Nonetheless, Areghan explained that with the advent of technology, there is a need to integrate technology with students’ lifestyles.

He said, “The development of the new digital certificate platform is in line with WAEC’s continuous record of meeting global needs, by using cutting-edge technology to improve candidates’ experiences as they seek to continue their education.

“We are evolving to meet the demands of a changing world. We have migrated from physical registration of candidates to online registration; online verification of results and online result printouts and more.

“Their mobility is of utmost importance to the West African Examinations Council.

“Today, we live in a digital world, where instant satisfaction and accessibility are the ultimate. The process of receiving, retrieving, sharing, verifying or confirming academic certificates is rather cumbersome and moribund.

“The whole process is costly and could be frustrating, and the only answer can be found in Digital Certificates. Today, we are here to witness a revolution in the assessment and certification industry.”

However, the digital certificate is the electronic version of an academic or physical paper certificate.

It will be hosted on a dedicated credential page with options to share and embed.

But it however presents the same information as paper certificates. But has numerous advantages over paper certificates, with a special focus on the elimination of fraud and easy accessibility.

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