JAMB Budgets N100m To Prosecute 200 For Malpractice: Made Buhari Abubakar A Scape Goat

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JAMB Budgets N100m To Prosecute 200 For Malpractice: Made Buhari Abubakar A Scape Goat: The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board will be prosecuting about 200 students out of the 400 caught during the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, the Registrar/Chief Executive of JAMB, Prof. Ish-aq Oloyede made this known yesterday in Abuja

Prof. Ish-aq Oloyede alleged that, they have evidence of students caught, and will be prosecuted accordingly in the court of law

More than 400 applicants who sourght for admission into the nation’s higher instition have been tracked for examination related offences, Chief Executive of JAMB added

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“JAMB also paraded one Buhari Abubakar, who was reportedly caught in an attempt to impersonate one Muhammad Sanusi, his alleged accomplice, in examination malpractice”

“Both suspects, from Kano State, were arrested by men of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps.”

“Oloyede said JAMB would expend about N100m on the prosecution of 200 of the over 400 persons involved in impersonation in the 2020 UTME”

While alleging that some tertiary institutions were accomplices in the widespread irregularities, he said the first 64 cases of CBT infractions treated by JAMB were from the North, with some having multiple cases of up to 96 irregularities.

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“In Nigeria, people don’t copy good things but the bad things. The cases of exam malpractices which used to be in the South has now crept to the North and the first 20 of such cases we tracked came mostly from the North, especially Kano.

“This year, we had over 400 people that were caught whereby those who wrote the exams were different from those who applied. About 200 of the candidates would be prosecuted, five from each state of the federation, as JAMB does not have the resources to prosecute all the 400 candidates. Prosecuting a candidate would cost the board over N500,000.”

“Abubakar, a candidate of the 2020 UTME, Oloyede said, paid Sanusi N25,000 to source for an examination taker to sit the exam for him, on the basis of which he secured admission into Bayero University, Kano, to read Islamic Studies”

“The arrangement ran into hitches when all the candidate’s details, including his identity card, carried the passport of the hired examination-impersonator.”

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