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Friday, 30 December 2016

PLASTIC RICE: Joint Press Briefing on Full Laboratory Report of Seized Consignment by NAFDAC

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JOINT PRESS BRIEFING BY THE AG.DIRECTOR GENERAL, NATIONAL AGENCY FOR FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL (NAFDAC) MRS. YETUNDE ONI AND THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL, NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE, COL. HAMEED ALI (RTD) ON THE QUALITY OF THE SUSPECTED FAKE RICE CONSIGNMENT SEIZED BY NIGERIA CUSTOMS SERVICE AT NAFDAC CORPORATE HEADQUATERS ABUJA ON 29TH DECEMBER, 2016

Friday, 16 December 2016

2016 WAEC GCE RESULT CHECKER - Check Your 2016 Nov/Dec Result

WAEC GCE RESULT 2016 - Nov/Dec GCE Result

This is to inform you that the 2016/2017 WAEC GCE Result is officially out and ready for checking on the GCE website. This post will guide you on how to go about checking the 2016/2017 WAEC GCE Result. This article is just another easy tutorial to successfully check your Result. 

UDUSOK Admission List is Out – 2016/2017

UDUSOK Admission List: Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto, UDUSOK admission list for the 2016/2017 academic session is now available on the university website.

Thursday, 15 December 2016

2017/2018 JAMB UTME REGISTRATION FORM

The 2017/2018 JAMB UTME Registration, closing date and timetable details are now out for public awareness. Just follow my lead in this guide. If you wish to write the 2017/2018 JAMB examination, this post is for you, read carefully.

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

UNICAL Resumption Date for 2016/2017 Academic Session

UNICAL Resumption Date for  2016/2017 Academic Session: This is to inform all the fresh and returning students of the University of Calabar, (Unical), that the school senate has just announced the resumption date for the 2016/2017 academic session. 

ATBU 2nd Batch Admission List is Out for 2016/2017

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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

UNIABUJA Postgraduate Admission List is Out for 2016/2017

Have you heard that UNIABUJA postgraduate admission list for 2016/2017 academic session is out? Yes, we are glad to inform you that University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) postgraduate admission list for the 2016/2017 academic session is out.

Adeyemi College of Education Acceptance Fee for 2016/2017

Adeyemi College of Education Acceptance Fee for 2016/2017: Kindly be informed that all candidates offered provisional admission into the Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo State (ACEONDO) are by this notice required to pay the stipulated admission acceptance fee and also register as explained below:

Adeyemi College Ondo (OAU) Part-Time Degree Admission Form is Out for 2016/2017

Do you know that Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo State, ACEONDO part-time degree programmes of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife admission form for the 2016/2017 academic session is out?

Saturday, 10 December 2016

CRUTECH Admission Form for 2016/17

CRUTECH Admission Form for 2016/17: Cross River University of Technology, CRUTECH admission form for the 2016/2017 academic session is still on sale.

Friday, 9 December 2016

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Tuesday, 6 December 2016

JAMB DENIES SELLING 2017 UTME APPLICATION FORM

 

Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/
According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey.
“The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. 
 



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“They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales.
“We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

“We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying.
The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt.
It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners.

“We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored.
“Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board.

Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015.
According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule.
It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification.

The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him.
 
According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement.
The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’.
It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Source: Vanguard




Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/

Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/
Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/






JAMB says hasn’t commenced sales of 2017 UTME application documents On December 4, 20165:57 pmIn NewsComments Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/
JAMB says hasn’t commenced sales of 2017 UTME application documents On December 4, 20165:57 pmIn NewsComments Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/
JAMB says hasn’t commenced sales of 2017 UTME application documents On December 4, 20165:57 pmIn NewsComments Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/
 
 
 
 
 
JAMB says hasn’t commenced sales of 2017 UTME application documents On December 4, 20165:57 pmIn NewsComments Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/12/jamb-says-hasnt-commenced-sales-2017-utme-application-documents/
JAMB says hasn’t commenced sales of 2017 UTME application documents On December 4, 20165:57 pmIn NewsComments Lagos – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has urged the public to disregard the speculations that it had commenced the sales of its application documents for 2017 UTME by some group of persons. The board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, debunked the speculations in a statement on Sunday in Lagos. According to the statement, the Registrar of the examination body, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, has expressed disappointment with the development and calls on innocent Nigerians not to fall prey. “The public is hereby notified that JAMB has not commenced the sales of its application documents as advertised by some unknown and desperate persons. FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA FILE: CANDIDATES WRITING UTME IN ABUJA “They are to disregard any website or individuals claiming to be in possession of these documents and offering same for sales. “We are putting finishing touches to innovation and changes to ease the challenges associated with the procedure of application for the 2017 all Computer-Based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). “We are looking forward to announcing the commencement of the sales of these documents very soon,’’ the statement quoted the registrar as saying. The statement advised the public to feel free to contact the board for clarification on its activities through its website or contact numbers whenever they were in doubt. It noted that Oleyede had announced his willingness to open the board’s door to the public to make valuable contributions and also report any act against the board’s pedigree by either the staff or the board’s development partners. “We must all be interested in what happens in JAMB, as it is too important to be ignored. “Help us to watch over where our eyes cannot get to, hear where our ears fail and be our police where our presence is insufficient,’’ the statement said. It added that the Registrar had restated the board’s determination to ensure that nobody was spared in sustaining and advancing the credibility of the board. Meanwhile, the board has hailed the judgment of the National Industrial Court sustaining the sack of one of its former staff, one Cletus Uloko in 2015. According to the statement, Uloko’s services were terminated following acts of misconduct contrary to civil service rule. It said Uloko was sacked because he was wrongfully in procession of over 120 e-slip of candidates without authorisation and justification. The statement explained that upon the development, Uloko was queried and on responding, his explanation was not satisfactory to the board. It further said that the board then constituted a disciplinary committee which recommended that Uloko ran foul and breached all the extant civil service laws and therefore sacked him. According to the statement, based on the termination of the appointment Uloko approached the National Industrialist Court to seek for redress, compensation and reinstatement. The statement explained that in a notification of termination of suit made available by the JAMB legal team to the board said: “We, by this letter, hereby notify the board that final judgment had been delivered on the matter on Sept. 27’’. It said the letter further said that the court dismissed the claimant’s suit. (NAN)

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