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WAEC launches digital platform for lost certificate recover

WAEC launches digital platform for lost certificate recover

The West African Examination Council is set to launch a platform for digital certifications to allow for the seamless replacement of lost certificates, as well as to enable the distribution and verification of certificates.

The platform, a web- and mobile-friendly software with strong features, has been designed exclusively for candidates, individuals, institutions, and organizations to access, share, request, confirm certificates, and recover forgotten WAEC candidates’ examination numbers.
This is according to a statement signed by the Acting Head, of Public Relations, WAEC Nigeria, Moyosola Adesina

The following was part of the statement, “Advancing in its mission of encouraging academic and moral excellence, promoting sustainable human resource development and international cooperation, meeting the growing global demands, and ensuring prompt service delivery, WAEC Nigeria is set to unveil the much-awaited WAEC Digital Certificate Platform.

“The Digital Platform creates an easier, instant and safer mode of accessing certificates by stakeholders. With this digital platform, users will be able to recover burnt, lost, and damaged certificates.” Adesina added.

The product will be launched on Thursday, October 20, 2022. The general public and other stakeholders are encouraged to make use of the new WAEC Digital Certificate Platform, which was created to do away with the bureaucratic impediments caused by the traditional processes for certificate issue and collection.

Using, the WAEC Digital Certificate Platform can be accessed online. On the iOS and Android app stores, the mobile application can also be downloaded. Stakeholders can visit the website of WAEC for more information.

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