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Wednesday, 21 February 2018

corruptoin at nigerian jamb office

lot of money from the offer of scratch
cards have supposedly disappeared at the office's
workplaces in a few states

At the Benue office, a representative asserted a snake had
gulped N36m; and the JAMB representative has said

every one of those discovered blameworthy may lose their employments and furthermore be


Various authorities of the Joint Admissions and

Registration Board (JAMB) discovered punishable in
the misappropriation of open supports in their care

will doubtlessly be sacked from their occupations, Daily

Confide in reports.

Following an inward review, it was found

that in a few state workplaces, a great many naira

produced from the offer of scratch cards to

competitors who sat for the Unified Tertiary
Registration Examination (UTME) couldn't be

represented. accumulates that a senior authority expressed that

the suggestion was given for the mass sack

after agents were left unsatisfied with the

clarifications offered by some state organizers

what's more, an agent engaged with the issue.

The authority expressed that the degenerate practices took

put before the present JAMB enlistment center, Prof

Ishaq Oloyede, expected the authority of the


agent at the Benue office had asserted that

N36m gotten from offer of scratch cards had been

gulped by a strange snake.

The whole of N1.3m is likewise apparently missing at

the Ondo office; N31m is absent at the Edo

office, while inspectors have been not able follow

the whereabouts of N7m in Kogi state.

In Nasarawa state, N23m was found

missing; while authorities supposedly blundered

N16m in Plateau state.

In Gombe state, N10.2m is still unaccounted for,

N20m is absent in the Kano office, and in the

Yobe office, N613,000 has been affirmed


Dr Fabian Banjamin, the JAMB representative, has

said each one of those discovered liable may lose their occupations

and furthermore be indicted.

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