Over 22 CBT Centres De-listed By JAMB For Defrauding 11,823 UTME Candidates Of N59M - 9jaflaver



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Over 22 CBT Centres De-listed By JAMB For Defrauding 11,823 UTME Candidates Of N59M




22 Computer-Based Test (CBT) centres has been delisted by the management of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) for allegedly defrauding 11,823 candidates to the tune of N59million.

JAMB’s Registrar, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede who made the announcement during a meeting with representatives of the affected centres on Thursday August 27, added that any centre that shared the same ownership with the blacklisted centres would be suspended from all JAMB activities.

Oloyede disclosed that the de-listed centres carried out the fraud by charging more than N200 as service charge for the centres to effect correction on profile as well as bypassing One-Time Password (OTP) required of candidates to initiate such changes.

The fraud was uncovered following undercover payments to the centres. The affected centres are Bright Stars, Aba, Abia State, 68 candidates; Flourish Computer Centre, Akwa Ibom State-105; Ibom-E-Library, Akwa Ibom-12; Chukwuemeka Odumegwu University, Igbariam-661. Anambra State; Deacons Digital Solutions Ltd-96; Federal Poly, Oko 314, Mega Dataview, Onitsha-733

Others are Bayelsa State; Linnet Paul Innovative Institute, Yenagoa- 3435; Niger Delta University-1200; Edo State: Diict, Benin-81;Gateway Edutech,Benin-10; Gifted Hands science and Technology, Benin-223; NABTEB ICT Training Centre, Benin-291; Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa-670, Supreme ICT Foundation, Benin-22, Enugu State: Elco ICT, Nsukka-538; Peaceland and Stalwart Solutions, Enugu-554; Union ICT-773; Kaduna State: Time online ICT, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna-67: Lagos State: Duntro High School, Surulere-21; Elite BusinessConsult, Ikorodu 218 and Rivers State: Ave Maria international academy, Rumuodara, Port Harcourt-1731.

Oloyede also affirmed that the affected CBT centres owners would be prosecuted. He said;

“The purpose of calling this meeting is to interact with 22 of you (institutions) that have grossly violated the prescription of the board, particularly during Covid-19 and those who have done things not expected to do, thereby endangering the lives of candidates that they were supposed to protect.

“Not only that, we have discovered that the 22 of you have also defrauded candidates by collecting from them more than you are expected to collect and  doing certain things that would bypass the normal process and procedure.

“Some of you were collecting N3, 000, N5, 000 from candidates (for an amount that supposed to be N200 as service charge for the centre). What you have collected is over N59 Million.”



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