THE Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has suspended the University of Benin ICT Computer Based Test (CBT) centre and eight others from partaking in this year’s unified tertiary matriculation examination registration.
The board stated that the centres were suspended for breaching the code governing the 2019 registration exercise.
JAMB stated these in its weekly news bulletin obtained by The Nation yesterday in Abuja.
Its spokesperson, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, also said the board was monitoring the activities of 10 more centres in Lagos and Plateau states, noting that appropriate action would be taken against them once investigation is concluded.
The Nation, January 29, 2019
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