The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has advised candidates affected by the deletion some computer-based test centres from the list of approved centres taking part in the ongoing unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) to print new slips containing the details of their rescheduled examinations.

A statement issued by JAMB and signed by the head of its public affairs and protocol unit, Fabian Benjamin, said the new slips have been made available on the examination body’s website since Sunday, June 20.

 

“Candidates, who were scheduled to take examination in delisted cantres can proceed to print their examination notification slips from Sunday, 20th, 2021 for their new schedule date and time,” the statement reads in part, adding that; “This applies only to centres delisted.”

 

This newspaper had, on Sunday, reported the announcement of the deletion of 25 centres by JAMB due to what it described as their performance below the examination body’s “tolerable limit.”

 

JAMB, however, later said it regretted the inclusion of the centre at the Plateau State University, Bokkos, and said the affected centres were 24 and not 25 as earlier claimed.

 

A statement announcing the body’s regret on the inclusion of the university’s centre was shared with PREMIUM TIMES by Mr Benjamin.

 

He wrote:-

“Correction with apology. The centres are actually 24 not 25. The inclusion of Plateau State University, Bokkos, is regrettable.”

 

The affected 24 centres are scattered across 11 states of the federation and the federal capital territory, FCT, Abuja.

 

In Lagos, the affected centres are Massino Computer CBT, Itoga, Badagry; IP Soft Technologies Ltd. Apapa, Lagos State; Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology Administration, Festac Town; Sweet Valley Educational Services, Ikotun; Certified Institution of Shipping, Magbon, Badagry, and Al-Miyzan Schools CBT Centre, Ikotun.

 

Others include Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu (Osun) Federal College on Education (Special), (Oyo); Aunty Alice Schools, Mararaba (Nasarawa); Harry Pass Polytechnic CBT Centre, Gboko, (Benue), and Izisco Obos Institute of Maritime Studies and Technology, Warri (Delta).

 

53 more centres on watch list

 

Meanwhile, the examination body has further announced that a total of 53 computer-based centres that are taking part in this year’s examination have been placed on a watch list.

 

The body said it would not hesitate to wield the big stick if the identified lapses should continue.

 

The affected centres include Ihechukwu Madubuike Institution of Technology, Abia State; Keme Gold Nigeria Limited, Akwa Ibom State; Bishop Evans Ibeagha Juniorate CBT Centre, Anambra State; Bauchi Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies, Bauchi State, among others.

 

“You will recall that 24 centres were delisted for performing below the tolerable limit of the Board while over 40 others were put on the watch list,” Mr Fabian wrote in a statement.

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    1. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has advised candidates affected by the deletion some computer-based test centres from the list of approved centres taking part in the ongoing unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) to print new slips containing the details of their rescheduled examinations.

      A statement issued by JAMB and signed by the head of its public affairs and protocol unit, Fabian

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    The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has advised candidates affected by the deletion some computer-based test centres from the list of approved centres taking part in the ongoing unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) to print new slips containing the details of their rescheduled examinations.

    A statement issued by JAMB and signed by the head of its public affairs and protocol unit, Fabian Benjamin, said the new slips have been made available on the examination body’s website since Sunday, June 20.

    “Candidates, who were scheduled to take examination in delisted cantres can proceed to print their examination notification slips from Sunday, 20th, 2021 for their new schedule date and time,” the statement reads in part, adding that; “This applies only to centres delisted.”

    This newspaper had, on Sunday, reported the announcement of the deletion of 25 centres by JAMB due to what it described as their performance below the examination body’s “tolerable limit.”

    JAMB, however, later said it regretted the inclusion of the centre at the Plateau State University, Bokkos, and said the affected centres were 24 and not 25 as earlier claimed.

    A statement announcing the body’s regret on the inclusion of the university’s centre was shared with PREMIUM TIMES by Mr Benjamin.

    He wrote:-

    “Correction with apology. The centres are actually 24 not 25. The inclusion of Plateau State University, Bokkos, is regrettable.”

    The affected 24 centres are scattered across 11 states of the federation and the federal capital territory, FCT, Abuja.

    In Lagos, the affected centres are Massino Computer CBT, Itoga, Badagry; IP Soft Technologies Ltd. Apapa, Lagos State; Institute of Criminal Justice and Criminology Administration, Festac Town; Sweet Valley Educational Services, Ikotun; Certified Institution of Shipping, Magbon, Badagry, and Al-Miyzan Schools CBT Centre, Ikotun.

    Others include Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu (Osun) Federal College on Education (Special), (Oyo); Aunty Alice Schools, Mararaba (Nasarawa); Harry Pass Polytechnic CBT Centre, Gboko, (Benue), and Izisco Obos Institute of Maritime Studies and Technology, Warri (Delta).

    53 more centres on watch list

    Meanwhile, the examination body has further announced that a total of 53 computer-based centres that are taking part in this year’s examination have been placed on a watch list.

    The body said it would not hesitate to wield the big stick if the identified lapses should continue.

    The affected centres include Ihechukwu Madubuike Institution of Technology, Abia State; Keme Gold Nigeria Limited, Akwa Ibom State; Bishop Evans Ibeagha Juniorate CBT Centre, Anambra State; Bauchi Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies, Bauchi State, among others.

    “You will recall that 24 centres were delisted for performing below the tolerable limit of the Board while over 40 others were put on the watch list,” Mr Fabian wrote in a statement.

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  3. Former 2nd Vice President of the Nigerian Bar Association, Monday Onyekachi Ubani, has taken the Federal Government, the Attorney-General of the Federation, Minister of Information and the Nigerian Communication Commission to court, challenging the ban of Twitter use in Nigeria.

    In the originating summons filed at the Federal High Court Lagos, Ubani is seeking for the enforcement of his fundamental rights under ‘1. Section 39(1)(2) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999. Article 9(1)(2) of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act CAP 10 laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990’.

    He furthers seeks: ‘A declaration that the indefinite suspension of Twitter by the 1st Respondent without an order of a competent court of jurisdiction, is unlawful and violates the fundamental right of the Applicant to freedom of expression, freedom to hold opinions and receive and impact ideas and information without interference, as guaranteed by Section 39(1)(2) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and Article 9(1) and (2) of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act (CAP 10) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990.

    ‘A declaration that the instruction given to the Association of Licensed Telecom Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) by the 4th Respondent to stop Nigerians (including the Applicant) from getting access to Twitter, violates the fundamental right of the Applicant to freedom of expression, freedom to hold opinions and receive and impact ideas and information without interference as guaranteed by Section 39(1)(2) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and Article 9(1) and (2) of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act (CAP 10) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990.

    ‘A declaration that the directive given to the security operatives and the Director of Public Prosecution of the Federation (DPP) by the 3rd Respondent to arrest and immediately prosecute users of Twitter in Nigeria (including the Applicant), infringes on the fundamental right of the Applicant to freedom of expression, freedom to hold opinions and receive and impact ideas and information without interference as guaranteed by Section 39(1)(2) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and Article 9(1) and (2) of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act (CAP 10) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990, and a gross violation of Section 36(12) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended), which forbids any act or omission to be referred to as a crime unless a written law says so.

    ‘Also an order of this Honourable Court setting aside the indefinite suspension, ban, sanction or other punishment whatsoever imposed on Twitter, the Applicant and other Nigerians and any social media service provider by the Respondents and their agents.’

    In addition, Ubani is asking the court for ‘an order directing the 4th Respondent to immediately revoke, withdraw and/or rescind the formal instruction given to ALTON to suspend access to Twitter in Nigeria, as same violates Sections 39(1)(2) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and Article 9(1) and (2) of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act (CAP 10) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990.

  4. A statement issued by JAMB and signed by the head of its public affairs and protocol unit, Fabian Benjamin, said the new slips have been made available on the examination body’s website since Sunday, June 20.

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