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UTME: JAMB Registrar Frowns Over Lawmakers’ Allegation Of ‘Exploiting’ Candidates

UTME: JAMB Registrar Frowns Over Lawmakers’ Allegation Of ‘Exploiting’ Candidates

Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede has criticised the House of Representatives for falsely accusing the Board of imposing multiple fees on candidates preparing to take the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME. DAILY POST reports. Information Guide Nigeria

According to DAILY POST, Oloyede, who has been nominated by Vanguard Newspapers for an award of excellence, expressed his displeasure while responding to questions on the level of preparations for the mock UTME slated for Saturday, April 9th nationwide.

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According to him, he was a bit disappointed in the lawmakers for initiating a probe over an allegation that was baseless and lacking facts, noting that it was a calculated attempt to embarrass the Board and possibly derail it from its core mandate.

Recall that the House of Representatives had, in its plenary session recently, taken a resolution to probe JAMB over the alleged imposition of multiple fees on candidates, following a motion raised by Honourable Sergius Ogun (PDP-Edo). jamb results

The House had listed charges on printing of JAMB result slip, N1000, the printing of admission letter N1000, change of institution/course N2500, and retrieving of registration number N1000 as areas it intends to probe the Board.

In his motion, Ogun had stated that section 88(1) and (2) of the Constitution empowers the National Assembly to conduct investigations into the activities of any authority executing or administering laws.

He had also submitted that JAMB was established to control the conduct of matriculation examinations for candidates seeking admission into Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education in Nigeria, but alleged that in recent times, in addition to the registration fees for the examination, all sorts of processing and administrative fees were imposed on JAMB examination candidates.

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