Despite moving to 20th, C'River remains least ranked S/South state in WAEC

Despite moving from 28th to 20th position, the latest ranking by the West African Examination Council (WAEC)  has showed that Cross River State is still the least ranked state in the entire South South Geopolitical zone of the country.

Edo state which is ranked 3rd in Nigeria tops the ranking in South South while Rivers, Delta and Bayelsa ranked in 4th, 7th and 8th positions respectively in the country are second, third and fourth in South South.

Akwa Ibom state ranked 17th in the country is fifth in South while Cross River at 20th position is the least ranked state in the region.

The latest ranking of the 36 states including FCT, Abuja has Abia tops the Anambra and Edo as the top three.

Below is the latest WAEC ranking of the 36 states and the FCT:

Abia – 1st
Anambra – 2nd
Edo – 3rd - (1st South/ South State)
Rivers – 4th - (2nd South/ South State)
Imo – 5th
Lagos – 6th
Bayelsa – 7th
Delta – 8th -  (3rd South/ South State)
Enugu – 9th
Ebonyi – 10th
Ekiti – 11th
Kaduna – 12th
Ondo – 13th
Abuja – 14th
Kogi – 15th
Benue – 16th
Akwa Ibom – 17th - (4th South/ South State)
Kwara – 18th
Ogun – 19th
Cross River – 20th -(5th and last S/South state)
Taraba – 21st
Plateau – 22nd
Nassarawa -23rd
Kano – 24th
Borno – 25th
Oyo – 26th
Niger – 27th
Adamawa -28th
Osun -29th
Sokoto – 30th
Bauchi – 31st
Kebbi – 32nd
Katsina – 33rd
Gombe – 34th
Jigawa 35th
Zamfara – 36th
Yobe – 37th
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