Chinedu Asoh, a photographer, has shared his heartbreaking experience at a National Examination Council (NECO) center on Saturday.
According to the young man, a group of parents paid off invigilators at the center to help their children write the examination.
See what Asoh wrote about the NECO center below:
“Nigeria is a great nation and will forever be a great nation. Nothing is wrong with my country, but some people are pretty determine to kill Nigeria.
I finally know what depression feels like after experiencing this on Saturday when I decided to help my neighbour take his son for common entrance examination, because they had a family emergency. Whenever I see a group of parent gather during such exam I always know they are up to something. How do you pay bribe for someone to write common Common entrance examination for your child and the child is aware of this? How? How? How? Is the question I was asking myself and its sad they were all Igbo parents. What is really wrong with us in this country? Are some people mad or madding or maded? I will make sure I expose that external invigilator when the results are out.”