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Admission scam: JAMB parades indicted staff

by Kunle Awosiyan

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board on Monday paraded two of its workers for allegedly extorting money from Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination candidates with a promise to help them secure admissions.

The affected staff, who is a level TWELVE officer in Delta State JAMB’s office, confessed to collecting FIVE HUNDRED THOUSANDS NAIRA from four candidates’ parents, out of which he paid ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY THOUSANDS NAIRA to another colleague, a level 8 officer, to help facilitate their admissions.

But the issue came to the public domain when one of the parents in Delta State petitioned JAMB on the level 12 officer’s activities, a move that prompted the organisation to open up an investigation into the issue.

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