Although they may have faced quite a number of challenges in the lead up to the Grade 12 National Written Expression Exams, just under 1200 students in Enga Province have successfully completed the first Exam paper and will be looking forward to the next round of Exams come October.
Enga Provincial Examination Supervisor [PES] James Litai stated that despite all the challenges and the lockdown that is currently in place in the province, all schools in Enga reported that there were no disturbances and will be looking to transport the papers down to the Capital today.
“It was a success.”
“There was no problem at all.”
“We had no disturbances.”
“All of the Invigilators reported no Challenges.”
Prior to the delivering the exams, Litai stated that they were not expecting any challenges but were prepared for anything that might have come up to disturb the Exam.
He added that the number of students that sat for the grade 12 WEX this year was not the actual number of students that registered this year, noting that many had to withdraw from school due to the unrest and tribal conflicts in the province.