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JAMB reveals identity of 2019 UTME best candidates



JAMB reveals identity of 2019 UTME best candidates

JAMB reveals identity of 2019 UTME best candidates

Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), on Saturday, uncovered the personality of hopefuls that had the highest score in 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Board (UTME).

Pillar uncovered that a multi-year old kid, Ezenala Ekene Franklin, from Imo state, developed the best applicant with 347 points, and University of Lagos (UniLag) as first decision foundation.

He was pursued intently by a 16 years of age Igbam Emmanuel Chidiebube, from Abia state, who scored 346 and UniLag as first decision of foundation.

The third best competitor, as per JAMB, was Olowu Isaac Olamilekan from Osun state, 345 and Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) as the decision of establishment.

Pillar Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, who reported the names in Abuja, on Saturday, communicated dread that best competitors and the sprinter up probably won’t verify confirmation in 2019 window on the off chance that they neglect to make positive strides rapidly.

He said that both competitors picked UniLag. In any case, sadly, UniLag doesn’t concede applicants beneath the age of 18. UniLag considers them to be underage competitors. The UniLag Senate took that choice years back regardless they look after it. The frame cannot propel them to change their choice.

He stated: “The hopefuls probably won’t know about the law; however that isn’t a reason. They ought to rapidly roll out certain improvements, especially in the foundation of decision, so they could stand a superior shot of verifying affirmation.”

Oloyede said that different applicants that had an exceptional exhibition in the 2019 UTME incorporate 16 years of age Odo Kingsley Obinna from Enugu state who scored 344 points, with University of Nigeria (UNN) as first decision foundation.

He said that an 18 years of age Olisakwe David Chukwuebuka from Imo state and 16 years of age Okezie Emmanuel from Abia state, scored 343 each, while Okeke Franklin Ikechukwu, from Anambra state, scored 342.

He similarly reported that 18 years of age Shuaibu Abdullahi Maje, from Yobe state, scored 342 to involve the eight position on the table.

He expressed gratitude toward everybody that was engaged with the lead of examination and debilitated those that are set on disparaging the exertion of the Board from such activities.