The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has ordered all CBT Centers across Nigeria, not to allow parents or guardians into registration venues again, in other to maintain COVID-19 protocols.
The information was relayed by Vanguard Newspaper on tweeter with the headline “JAMB Registrar bans parents from entering UTME venue”
According to the details of the report, Vanguard has it that, the decision was made after the Registrar inspected some of the registration centers in Kwara, and found them crowded. The report also unveiled that the Registrar further discovered that parents and guardians are always a distraction to both candidates and exam centers.
The report further showed how the registrar also emphasized that all CBT Centers should endeavor to follow all COVID-19 protocols.
The statement signed by the Spokesman of JAMB, Hassan Lawal, which was made available to newsmen in Ilorin, further stated how the Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Is’haq Oloyede, implored State Ministries of Education and relevant stakeholders to always confirm the true age of students’ before admitting them into Secondary Schools.
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