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2019 JAMB: Police Arrests Over 50 Professional Exam Mercenaries

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has revealed it uncovered and arrested over 50 ‘Professional Examination Writers’ who specialized in writing examination for candidates for a fee.



The board’s weekly official bulletin, tagged: ‘JAMBULLETIN’, signed by JAMB’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin disclosed this in Lagos State. The board said it uncovered a group described as ‘Professional Examination Writers’ who specialises in writing examination for candidates for a fee.



According to the bulletin, as a result of the various intelligence gathering mechanism, the board was able to uncover and arrest over 50 of such fraudulent persons in centres spread across the country. It noted that some of the suspects were Master’s Degree holders and undergraduates of tertiary institutions in the country. According to the bulletin, these professional examination writers connived some Computer Based Centre owners to perpetuate the crime by engaging in multiple registrations whereby the fingerprints of the actual candidates and their impersonators are captured side by side.



“The modus operandi of these UTME syndicates was confirmed when one of the kingpins was apprehended recently. On interrogation, he confessed to the multiple registrations of his biometrics alongside other several potential candidates preparing to sit for the examination, in exchange for a huge sum of money.

“This development led to the decision of the board to revalidate all biometrics of candidates that have taken the board’s examination in recent times. This timely action will enable the board to not only fish out and dismantle this registration cartels and racketeers but also bring them to book along with their collaborators,” it said.




The bulletin added that another startling discovery by the board was the fact that a substantial portion of the UTME application documents, was composed of the bogus registration. It noted that the unwholesome application had the singular effect of inflating the total statistical data of candidates’ registration that amounted to over 30 per cent of the 1.8 million that registered for the 2019 UTME.


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The mercenaries are working for who.

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The jamb this year is not a small thing ooo

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D sd fun with that being said I was in

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This interesting

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Where and where did this happen.

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That interested indeed

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Thanks so much for the update and just update

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Crime doesn't pay

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that's good for them all

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Nigeria my country is a place where all things are done as business

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That served them better

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this is an awful act by the perpetrators as this would really discourage students or candidates for successive exams from reading and studying hard for the exams.

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this shour=d be dealt with seriously. it has really decline stud performance in our schs

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[ @lisamelz: ] The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has revealed it uncovered and arrested over 50 ‘Professional Examination Writers’ who specialized in writing examination for candidates for a fee.



The board’s weekly official bulletin, tagged: ‘JAMBULLETIN’, signed by JAMB’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin disclosed this in Lagos State. The board said it uncovered a group described as ‘Professional Examination Writers’ who specialises in writing examination for candidates for a fee.



According to the bulletin, as a result of the various intelligence gathering mechanism, the board was able to uncover and arrest over 50 of such fraudulent persons in centres spread across the country. It noted that some of the suspects were Master’s Degree holders and undergraduates of tertiary institutions in the country. According to the bulletin, these professional examination writers connived some Computer Based Centre owners to perpetuate the crime by engaging in multiple registrations whereby the fingerprints of the actual candidates and their impersonators are captured side by side.



“The modus operandi of these UTME syndicates was confirmed when one of the kingpins was apprehended recently. On interrogation, he confessed to the multiple registrations of his biometrics alongside other several potential candidates preparing to sit for the examination, in exchange for a huge sum of money.

“This development led to the decision of the board to revalidate all biometrics of candidates that have taken the board’s examination in recent times. This timely action will enable the board to not only fish out and dismantle this registration cartels and racketeers but also bring them to book along with their collaborators,” it said.




The bulletin added that another startling discovery by the board was the fact that a substantial portion of the UTME application documents, was composed of the bogus registration. It noted that the unwholesome application had the singular effect of inflating the total statistical data of candidates’ registration that amounted to over 30 per cent of the 1.8 million that registered for the 2019 UTME.





Arrest them and jail them.

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The board’s weekly official bulletin, tagged: ‘JAMBULLETIN’, signed by JAMB’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin disclosed this in Lagos State. The board said it uncovered a group described as ‘Professional Examination Writers’ who specialises in writing examination for candidates for a fee.

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good and bad news daily basis on keep it up with the good

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No be new thing.

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To bad for them

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Why don't they use their head to write than depending on mercenaries?

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Many will not read but depend on mercenaries to pass, later they will have problems when they are finally in the university

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50 Professional exam mercenaries, I pray jamb will not jam to many

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ha this is serious indeed.

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Don't downgrade yourself

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