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Nigerian students threaten the board of more than 50 UTME candidates indicted by SMS

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Nigerian students threaten the board of more than 50 UTME candidates indicted by SMS

Nigerian students threaten the board of more than 50 UTME candidates indicted by SMS

The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has issued a 48-hour final offer to the Joint Admission Matriculation Board, JAMB, to discount N50 Short Message Service, SMS, charges back to UTME applicants.

NANS made this interest while blaming JAMB for misusing Nigerian understudies through the SMS charge of N50 to get their outcomes.

In an announcement by its national Senate President, Comrade Abdulmajeed Oladimeji Oyeniyi, NANS approached the board to send the examination results legitimately to hopefuls’ telephone since it has their database.

NANS cautioned that the board would confront the fury of understudies across the nation if the cash were not discounted in 48 hours.

As indicated by Oyeniyi: “We are never a mishap of history; we are an integral part of the battle up until this point. The Nigerian understudies never again believe in the board’s administration and essential leadership.

“In a typical network, Computer Based Test (CBT) ought to be very much arranged before execution to cook for the reasons it was developed for.

“The mental stability in the framework ought to guarantee proper prompt arrival of consequences of examinations done by understudies, yet tragically the board took right around a month to discharge results the country over with amateurish, dishonest, non-ideological and non-innovative reasons which are only disfavored to us as Goliath of Africa.”