Lagos State Coordinator of the Joint Admissions
and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Mr. Sunday
Aladegbaye, has disclosed that candidates sitting
for the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation
Examination (UTME) would experience a hitch-
He made this known during the the Parents’
Forum organised by the Management of the
King’s College in Lagos.
According to him, measures were being taken to
avoid technical hitches experienced by some
candidates like malfunctioning of computers and
poor power supply.
He equally mentioned that there will be no
compromise in the accreditation of centres to be
used for this year’s UTME.
“We will continue to insist on accreditation of
well-equipped centres; no more, no less.
“This is because, as a parent myself, I will not do
anything that will compromise the future of my
children,’’ Aladegbaye said.
He mentioned that the Board would begin
registration before the end of March and warned
candidates against falling prey to fraudsters.
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