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JAMB to begin sanctioning students over illegal admission

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Sunday said it will begin to withdraw and sanction students with illegal admissions beginning from 2021/2022 academic sessions.

This was disclosed by its Director of Public Relations, Dr. Fabian Benjamin in an interview.

He has however said that the board decided to forgive students with the illegal admissions on the grounds that they were victims

“We forgave them because we believed they were the victims. We wrote the minister, he accepted that the admissions be regularised and they were forgiven, knowing that it was not their fault”.

This is coming after around 706,189 illegal admissions were uncovered in 114 universities, 137 polytechnics, 80 colleges of education and 37 other institutions in the country.

“But now, we have adequately informed the public about CAPs, so no one has any excuse. Even if your school gives you admission, make sure that you check your name on CAPs.

“Anyone caught during this 2021/2022 academic session will have his or her admissions withdrawn and such a person will be sanctioned.

“We believe that everyone is now well informed and there will be no such thing as being victims.” he added

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