The registrar of JAMB, Professor Ishaq Oloyede said the exam body will deal with all perpetrators of exam malpractice during this ongoing UTME exam.
He made the disclosure while monitoring some exams center in Abuja.
Professor Oloyede said a particular centre was caught collecting money from candidates in Abia state where some CBT owners were aiding to engage in cheating during exams.
“We have handed the culprit over to the police, and we are going to take firm actions against such centres”
“We can’t rule out such possibilities of crooks in our midst .
We are really making tremendous impact in detecting centres accepting money for exam malpractice”
The coordinator of Blue ocean technology centre, Mr Uche Newton who spoke with our correspondent emphasized on the need for students to prepare adequately well before going for exams.
He further reiterates that in his centre, all form of malpractices and corrupt practices is highly discouraged.
He stressed on the need for quality preparation on the part of the students before exam period.
We are committed to students displaying a high level of discipline during the period of this UTME exam.
“While on a visit to a centre (Royal destiny academy) Kubwa some of the students were turned back due to some administrative issues and was scheduled for another day.
Some of the students at the centre in Kubwa were not happy with the development.They asked the JAMB official to rectify the problem as soon as possible.