The Kwara Government announced on Thursday that the 2nd edition of Joint Admission and Matriculation Board football tournament would begin on September 30 in Ilorin.
The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has said that the 2019 general elections would not affect the board’s 2019/2020 examination.
Okebokola told the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja on the sideline of the meeting of the council, that the open university currently admits up to 450,000 undergraduates.
The institution’s Director of Corporate Affairs, Kunle Akogun, announced this on Monday in a statement in Ilorin.
Obi, who made the clarification in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos, stressed that there was no truth in the story currently trending in the social media that the Commission carried out illegal promotions.
Oloyede, who is also the Secretary General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, made the plea at the first Ramadan Lecture of the Point Newspapers held at LTV 8 Agidingbi, Lagos.
Oloyede said this while delivering a lecture at a colloquium to mark the 61st birthday of Governor Rauf Aregbesola on Sunday in Osogbo.
Oloyede made this known at the sideline of the 2018 Nigerian Police recruitment examinations, conducted at the JAMB Computer Based Test centre at Bwari in the FCT.
Moshood said in the statement: “The candidates who were successful in the physical and credentials screening stage have been notified through text messages. However, those who did not receive the message can check for their exam centres…
Shuaib Gambo, the Deputy Inspector-General of Police in charge of Finance and Administration, said this while speaking to newsmen shortly after he inspected the exercise at Police Officers Mess, Minna.
Malam Ibrahim Labaran, the JAMB Coordinator in the state, gave the assurance during an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria in Dutse on Thursday.
CSNAC, in a petition forwarded to the acting Chairman of anti-graft commission, Ibrahim Magu, and signed by its Chairman, Olanrewaju Suraju, said the illegal business is reducing education in Nigeria to a mere mockery and show of shame.
NAN reports that some candidates have earlier, cried foul following the removal of their released results from the website of the Board, after initially accessing it.
The News Agency of Nigeria has found while JAMB is congratulating itself for job well done, many candidates for the examination are hurting because of frustrations from the board.
The board disclosed this in a statement signed by its Head of Media, Dr Fabian Benjamin in Abuja on Tuesday.