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Nigerians urged to back JAMB’s IT deployment despite hitches

The Africa Arise for Change Network (AACN) has urged Nigerians to show understanding with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) as it faces some…

The Africa Arise for Change Network (AACN) has urged Nigerians to show understanding with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) as it faces some challenges in bringing Nigerian tertiary institutions’ entrance examination to contemporary world standards.
Reacting to protests that followed the recently conducted Computer Based Test (CBT) by JAMB, leader of the network Nkechi Odoma said in Abuja that Nigerians would have reacted differently if they understood the enormity of logistics and technicalities involved in the exercise.
She said her group was not holding brief for the examination body but that it would be sad to see the innovations brought in by JAMB’s Registrar, Professor Dibu Ojerinde rolled back on account of hitches experienced this year.
She said Nigerians however have the right and responsibility to insist that JAMB performs better next time since the examination directly impact the future of youths and the finances of their parents.

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