The Jamb Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB) reviewed another 490 UTME candidates, including CBT centers suspended for misconduct and other criminal offenses.

The event took place at JAMB CBT Kogo Center in Abuja, Jamb regional Office in Yenagoa Bayelsa and JAMB National Headquarters in Bwari, Abuja.


In its weekly report, the Commission stated that “all examinations should be conducted in centers reserved for suspended candidates for lack of skills and participation in the investigation of criminal offenses.

“The board passed another exam with 490 candidates who did not pass the deferred examination and who identified candidates for 17 sessions in this category.Some candidates also participated in the review of violations due to lack of capacity. suspension centers.

On Monday, 3 June, further examination took place and the board took note of the series of complaints lodged by the candidates, conducted a thorough investigation into the alleged crimes and assured that no candidate was wrongly punished.

“The board has said it prefers to leave behind fraudulent candidates rather than punishing an innocent candidate, and we urge the public not to fall in love with misleading people who display false results throughout the city.” The Commission has a system that analyzes the results and invites applicants to submit such evidence, contrary to published information.