Impersonation: JAMB Cancels UTME Registration of 817 Candidates

JAMB Cancels UTME Registration

The Joint Enrollment Board (JAMB) has canceled the UTME registrations of 817 ID theft candidates. See below for details.

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Registrar Professor Ishaq Oloyede announces cancellation of registration of his 817 candidates for the 2023 Consolidated Higher Education Entrance Examination and Direct Entrance Examination for Identity Theft Did.

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Registrations were revoked after the board discovered that registration officers at 178 computerized testing centers were adding fingerprints to complete the registration process for candidates, Oloyede said. .

He said some candidates were deliberately trying to tamper with the process, but the board was unable to identify them, so while the center covered the registration costs, the 817 students affected He added that he had given him another chance to re-register for the exam. The registrar explained that a message would be sent to the affected candidates asking them to return to the same center where they registered for re-registration.

Oloyede also commented on the recent suspension of five of his CBT centers for selling UTME registration pins at higher than agreed prices. He announced that four of his five suspects had been released from the hook and that the extra money collected by the CBT would go to the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.

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