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SUBJECT GRADE REMARKS


I . Engl ish Languages ,, ,,n
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A p/~orm Qj conurn«rd N~ru,ns commltr11d to th• fight against co"' p
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12 th September 201 8

Zonal Coordinator.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC)
Abuj a

Dear Sir.
FOi: REQUEST FOR A CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF ADEMOLA ADELEKE'S
W AEC CERTIFICATE
Warm greetings from the board and management of Say No Campaign N igeria.
SayNo Campaign Nige1ia is a platform of Nigerians committed to the fight against
corruption. impunity and violence while advocating for transparency, accountability and
j ustice in Nigeria. The Campaign is convened by Peering Advocacy and Advancement C entre
in Africa (PAACA), YlAGA Afric~, Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC)
and Protest to Power (P2P).
By virtue of the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act, Say No Campaign writes the
management of the West African Examination Council (W AEC) to supply a certified true
copy of the W AEC certificate of Mr. Ademola Adeleke, to ascertain the authentic ity of the
presented SSCE statement of result for INEC screening.
The disparities between the presented statement of result and testimonial belonging to Mr.
Ademola Adeleke, is glaring and cast obvious doubt on the authenticity of both documents.
Beside the inconsistences in the name of the schools and subjects taken, all, except one of the
results, are pending, which is quite suspicious for an exam written in 1981 and collected in
July 2018 .

As a campaign, we do not believe that these discrepancies could have originated from a
reputable organization like W AEC, and it is considering this that a clarification has become
necessary. Should it have originated from WEAC, we are also hopeful that the examination
body takes a stance as well. ·

~eing an_anticorru~tion campaign, whic~ fro':°s _at all manner and antics of corruption and
invested m promotmg transparency and mtegnty m leadership, we implore tt.e w ABC board
to show its support for the nationa I~ :m: o: v~e:m
: e: n::t~ag
:;:a:i:_:
n:s t~ co: rru · brog11·0
::~-iWlil~~ solv·mg th e 1m
caused by the documents presente{,i1 ~.n
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'\ 3 SEP 10\8


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We st A f n c a it- , ADDRESS: no t: No3, Frontz Fono n Street,
,;,,. \lU J t\ Rood, Gv,orimon A \..,.; _
Thus Say No Campaig n is by th,s FOi requesting WAEC to present a certified tru_e
' ' . . h th ticity o f his
copy of Mr. Ademola Adeleke's WAEC certificate to verify t c au en
ce rti ti ca te.
. . . f t' J nd 2 of the FO J Act,
The request is made in accordance with the prov1s1ons o sec ion a . .
. . .. . fi . ·d ed to be o f" publi c interest,
which guarantees the nght of c1t1zens to seek m ormat10n cons1 er
from public offi ces.
Similarly, where the office cannot supp ly this information, section 5 MANDATES WAEC to
direct the appropriate office to respond to thi s request.
While we await your required compliance with the provisions of the law, p lease be ass ured of
our esteemed regards.

Sincerely,

c~ ::r
E ~~- ..• ~wagwu
SayNo Campaign- Nigeria

About SayNo Campaign:


The SAYNO CAMPAIGN (www.saynocampaign.org.ng) is a platform of N igerians
committed to fighting corruption, impunity, poverty, violence and other governance
challenges in Nigeria. The Campaign aims to mobilize Nigerians from a ll sections of the
country to embrace people-driven and non-violent forms of campaigns and protests impun ity
and bad governance in the country.
Conveners:
Centre for Transparency and Accountability(CTA)
Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC)
Peering Advocacy and Advancement Centre in Africa (P AACA)
Protest to power(P2P)
YIAGA AFRICA
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SAY NO
CAMPAIGN
.-1 p4aJ/fNM of cotu::~nud :V~erimu cammitt-d to tlu fl~ hl against ca,-,.upuon a,rtl imp-111 ui !VJ~.ria

The DU"e\:tor General


f 12l.h September 201 8

~ arional Youth Serv ice Corps (NYSC)


Tigris Crescent Off Agu iyi lronsi Street,
\ taitarna. Garki. Abuja.

Dear Sir.
FOi : REQL:EST FOR A CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF KEMI ADE9SUN'S !'YSC
EXE'-'IPTIO~ CERTIFICATE
Warm greetings from the board and management of Say No Campa ign Nigeria.
Sa:S o Campaign Nigeria is a platform of Nigerians committed to the fi ght against
corruption., impunity and violence while advocating for transparency, accountability and
j ustice in Nigeria. The Campaign is convened by Peering Advocacy and Advancement Centre
in Africa (PAACA), YIAGA Africa, Civil society Legislative Advocacy Centre (C ISLAC )
and Protest to Power (P2P) .
By virtue of the provisions of the Freedom Of Information Act, Say No Campaign writes the
'!\1-YSC to request for a certified true copy of the application letter of Exempt ion from ~SC
submitted by Kerni Adeosun and the exemption certificate issued thereafter by NYSC to
Kemi Adt.:osun.
As an anticorruption campaign that constantly seeks to promote transparency and good
governance, we consider integrity in leadership to be sacrosanct. In addition, we maintain
that publ ic offic ials, especially those in critical position of trust are to live abC;ve board and be
of reputable character althrough their service year.

In light of the a bove, the recent allegation that questions the authenticity of the exemption
letter presented by Kemi Adeosun, purportedly issued by the NYSC, is worrisome to say the
least. This, if not clarified, tends to undermine the anticorruption drive currently led by the
Buhari adm inistration which arguably portrays a zero tolerance to corruption.
Therefore, to put the rumours to rest and ensure that the finances of our nation is managed by
a trusted individual, Say No Campaign invokes the FOI Act section l and 2, which
guarantees the right of citizens to seek information considered to be of public interest, from
public offices, to humbly requ~st for the certified true copies of the following documents:

1. The signed letter of exem ption submitted by Kemi Adeosun to NYSC


2. The exem ption certificate issued by NYSC to Kemi Adeosun
II Whc-re th e offi ce Cat\t\Ot supply this infonnation section 5 M AN DA T ES N Y SC to direct the
tlppro priate offic~ to respond to this req uest. '
( W h ik we nwu it your compliant wi th the provisions of the law , please be assured of our
esteemed regards.

:::-incerd x,
'\_;)'
E z~~)..N wagw u
~ ~ n \"t' tH'r SayNo Campaign- Nigeria

About SayNo Campaign:


The SAYNO CAMPAIGN (www .saynocampaign .org.ng) is a platform of Nigerians
Cl)mmined to fighting corruption, impunity, poverty, violence and other governance
challenges in Nigeria. The Campaign aims to mobilize Nigerians from a ll sections of the
Cl.1 untry to embrace people-driven and non-violent forms of campaigns and protests impunity
and bad goYernance in the country.
Co nYen ers :

Centre for Transparency and Accountability(CTA)


CiYi l Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC)
Peering Advocacy and Advancement Centre in Africa (PAACA)
Protest to power(P2P)
YIAGA AFRICA