Indigenous house of innovation, SystemSpecs, has once again, reinforced its commitment to fostering e-governance by providing registration access through PINs for the forthcoming Aug/Sept West African Examination Council (WAEC) via its award-winning fintech application, Remita.
Today’s Echo gathers that prospective private candidates of the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) – Second Series (Aug/Sept WAEC GCE)—across Nigeria can now conveniently purchase their registration PINs on Remita’s website and pay through any of the multiple channels available including their debit card, internet banking, USSD and mobile wallet.
To enjoy this service, intending candidates are to visit the website, remita.net, select “Buy WAEC PIN”, fill all required fields, and choose their preferred payment channel. They can also pay at agent locations and bank branches where they would present their Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR).
Once payment is completed, the exam registration PIN is delivered to the candidate’s email, and displayed on the Remita payment receipt sent to the same email. The candidate is then expected to proceed to WAEC’s website to complete registration with the obtained PIN.
This is in keeping with the company’s longstanding digital drive that has occasioned the sale of WAEC and Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations PIN on Remita for two years.
“We have consistently provided easy and flexible payment solutions for our customers in all strata of the economy. Prospective candidates of the August/September WAEC Examination for Private Candidates can begin and complete payments on their internet-enabled computers or mobile phones using the Remita webpage with multiple payment options that would help them complete their registration in good time,” said David Okeme, Divisional Head, Applications and Vertical Markets, of SystemSpecs, Nigeria’s leading fintech company and providers of Remita.
Earlier this year, SystemSpecs launched Paylink, a web-based solution that helps Micro, Small and Medium-scale Enterprises (MSMEs) as well as religious organisations, not-for-profit outfits, social media sellers, freelancers, individuals and many more to swiftly receive payments from everywhere, even abroad, this period and beyond.
Shortly after, the fintech innovation house entered into a strategic partnership with Paga, Nigeria’s foremost mobile money service providers and thereafter Cellulant, pan-African leader in fintech and agritech, with a view to deepening financial inclusion and extending the frontiers of electronic payments in the country amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.