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20,000 Candidates Registered For JAMB UTME In Two Days! , Technical Problems In Lagos State

20,000 Candidates Registered For JAMB UTME In Two Days! , Technical Problems In Lagos State
JAMB spokesperson Dr Fabian Benjamin yesterday said the Board has within two days, registered 20,000 candidates. This happened when The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB commenced the 2017 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Examination, UTME registration on Monday,

JAMB is expecting about two million candidates to register for this years' UTME across the country within the allowed period of March 20 to April 19.

Meanwhile, many accredited centres in Lagos were yet to commence registration of candidates as at yesterday due to lack of JAMB code.

Vanguard investigation revealed that most candidates who visited the centres in Lagos said their hope of registration were dashed as accredited CBT owners told them they were yet to access the code of operation from JAMB.

In his reaction, the spokesperson of JAMB, Dr Benjamin said the information that candidates were finding it difficult to register in the accredited centres in Lagos was strange.

He said; "I am not aware that UTME centres in Lagos are finding it difficult to register,"

Meanwhile, out of the 600 accredited CBT centres in the country, Lagos has 39.

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Nigeria when will our education system Will change? From bad to good, like other countries.. - kizitosix037@gmail.com
We most survive in this country. - Lilian Nnedinso
The funny thing is that after passing all these trauma, finding a job would be another battle facing we commoners. - Sandra Chinasa
Well, I hope they will do everything smartly - Ibrahimmuhammad0092@gmail.com
Its just a pity! Imagine you get to the exam hall and you were told the generator is not working... Naija! Which way? - yayahdrs8@gmail.com
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