Obviously excited by the prospects in the competition, students and their parents have also commended the initiative by Promasidor Nigeria Limited, the promoter of the project.
A cross section of parents, students and teachers who spoke to our correspondents at the venue of the examination in Lagos and Ogun States praised The National Examination Council, NECO for the smooth and hitch-free exercise. They also want the government and other corporate citizens to emulate the great initiative by Promasidor.
Mr. James Oluwatoyin, a teacher of one the participating schools at Ifo Center in Ogun State, expressed satisfaction with the exercise and enjoined the promoter of the initiative to keep the flag flying. The same sentiment was echoed at Ojodu center in Lagos by Mrs. Nifemi Ajelowo, also a teacher in one of the participating schools. She specifically praised NECO for the crisis-free examination and the credibility brought to bear upon the exercise.
Festus Tettey, Head of Marketing, Promasidor Nigeria Limited, makers of Cowbell Milk, has equally expressed delight at the conduct of the qualifying written examination
Tettey, in a chat with journalists, commended the officials of States’ Ministries of Education and National Examinations Council (NECO), who were on ground at each location to ensure the examinations were conducted in free and fair environment. He therefore gave them thumbs up for the professional way they handled the process.