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2019 UTME: JAMB Warns Candidates Not to Patronize Illegal Centres

2019 UTME: JAMB Warns Candidates Not to Patronize Illegal Centres - OkayNG NewsJAMB

, The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has warned prospective candidates not patronize illegal centres for registration in the upcoming 2019 UTME.

Dr Fabian Benjamin, The board’s Head, Media and Information warned prospective candidates in a statement to OkayNG on Tuesday in Lagos.

He said: “It has come to the notice of the board that some fraudsters have listed out centres for the examination and in the process, inserted some illegal ones.

“Let me state here that all the processes concerning the board can only be done by approved Computer Based Centres (CBT).”

“Already the list of over 700 accredited centres for this examination has been uploaded on our website.

“But we have not published any advert concerning all the processes, we are hoping to do so soon.

“Precisely before the commencement of the sales of the forms just as we will paste the list of all the accredited CBT centres at all our state offices nationwide.

“This is to guide the candidates towards the examination processes in order not to fall prey to these fraudsters who are bent on finding ways of causing pains to innocent Nigerians,”.

OkayNG gathered that the sales of registration documents for the examination would commence on Jan. 10.

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