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JAMB to Prosecute 32 Students, Others over Exam Malpractice

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has discovered 32 students and six collaborators involved in various examination misconduct at two Computer-based Centers (CBT) in Kano.Information Guide Nigeria

Prof. Isaq Oloyede, Registrar of the Board, made the disclosure during an inspection tour of various Kano centers.

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Six people, he added, were thumb-printing for several candidates and would be punished by the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).

“As far as JAMB is concerned, we have seen there is little or nothing to be corrected though we have discovered some sharp practices that had been done, ‘’ he said.

“ I am in Kano to Monitor the UTME Registration exercise. So far the exercise is going on well and its excellent as well though we have discovered sharp practices that are being done to sabotage us.

“The media has seen how some people, in a bid to impersonate candidates during examinations, have been substituting their fingerprints. We have seen two to three places where we showed evidence and almost all the suspects have confessed to committing the crime.”

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He said instead of the candidates’ thumbprint, they ended up putting their own and would eventually use them to coerce or force the candidates to pay the ransom or threaten them with all kinds of things to perpetuate their criminal act.NYSC portal

At the Federal College of Education (FCE), Kano, the Registrar publicly showed evidence of malpractices where two ad hoc staff at the centre were accused of thumb printing for a female candidate.

He said the lady had confessed over the phone before the pressmen that the ad hoc staff thumb printed on her behalf.

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Oyelode led other staff of JAMB to strategic centers like Bayero University BUK CBT Centres, Tez Computer Centre, and Butale Computer Centre where four of the ad hoc staff were fished out for similar offenses of thumb printing for Candidates.

Although the Registrar gave them the opportunity to confess to the crime they committed, but the suspects stood their ground. r Oyelode warned the candidates to shun any act capable of bringing disrepute to them and their families.

“Any candidate found conniving with ad hoc staff at CBT centres to perpetuate crime would be dealt with alongside the ad hoc staff found in the shady deal.

“JAMB has already put mechanisms to detect exam fraud right at the registration centers.”

Corroborating the chairman, the secretary of the group, Comrade Chiebuka Adimora, observed that Chidoka’s experience in legislative services is needed in the face of the tough situation of things in Nigeria currently, arguing that sending a new person to represent the constituency in 2023 would be counter-productive because tough time requires people with experience and capacity to face it.JAMB Result

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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