Breaking: Suspected aggrieved WAEC candidates raze Benue school

investigations revealed that some aggrieved students whose WAEC registrations were cancelled by the school authorities for irregularities had vowed to set the school ablaze.

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The incident happened in the early hours of Sunday.

Tse Agberagba is the headquarters of Konshisha local Government area in Benue north east senatorial zone.

The Nation investigations revealed that some aggrieved students whose WAEC registrations were cancelled by the school authorities for irregularities had vowed to set the school ablaze.

But it could not be determined if they eventually carried out the threat or another group was responsible for the inferno.

Records of candidates dating to as far back as 1990s were said to have been destroyed with other valuables during the incident.

The Ministry of Education or Teaching Service Board was yet to react to the incident as at the time of filing this report.

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