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JAMB RESULT CHECKER: Nigerian students issue JAMB 48-hour ultimatum

The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has issued a 48-hour ultimatum to the Joint Admission Matriculation Board, JAMB, to refund fifty naira (N50) Short Message Service (SMS) charges to UTME candidates. NANS made this demand while accusing JAMB of exploiting Nigerian students through the SMS charge of N50 to get their results. In a statement by its

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The ‘money eating snake’ reminds me of the Malaysian ‘pure water’ seller – #DukeOfSomolu

This is as ridiculous as it seems. A snake was said to have swallowed N36m at the vault of JAMB in Markurdi. I swear I cannot laugh. You know the level of thievery in this our country is now so rabid that things like this is beginning to look normal. So

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Yaba Sole Administrator Gives Out Free Jamb Forms

Ahead of the forthcoming Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Examination (JAMB) exercise in Yaba LCDA, the Sole Administrator of the area, Hon. Adebayo Adefuye has registered 50 youths in the examinations. The move is in line with Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s policy to empower youths across the State. The forms were presented to

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Lagos State cancels restriction of movement tomorrow

The Lagos State Government has announced the cancellation of restriction of movement tomorrow Saturday February 27, 2016 because of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation board Exam (JAMB) scheduled to hold nation wide. The State had earlier announced the restriction of movement within the State from 7am- 10am tomorrow for the monthly environmental sanitation exercise. The sanitation exercise will still go on

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BREAKING NEWS! POORLY EQUIPPED CENTRE FAILED TO CONDUCT JAMB’S COMPUTER BASED TEST IN IDIMU/EGBEDA

Candidates for the 2015 Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB)’s Computer Based Test (CBT) were unable to sit for the examination at Oduduwa School of Professional Studies at the Idimu/Egbeda centre, yesterday 10th February 2015. Inside Mainland Newspaper learnt that disruption may have been caused by allegedly poorly equipped computers incapable

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