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|Marching Ground Fees During JAMB Examinations by sorom4: 2:17pm On Mar 15, 2020|
We are always our own problem in this country.
Some people in this country wants to continue to plunge this nation into corruption. I'm wondering why JAMB candidates in Imo State are mandated to pay N1000 after paying a huge amount of money for their 2020 JAMB forms before they will write their examinations.
This money is usually collected before they will be allowed to go into the examination hall. Failure to pay means that you will not be allowed to thumb print nor sit for the examinations.
Just imagine the number of people in a particular centre that will pay this money bearing in mind that the examination have more than 300 candidates and it is done twice a day. That means that the centre is going home with nothing less than N600,000 per day and check how much it will amount to for the number of days that the examinations will hold in a particular centre.
Who is collecting these money? Is it JAMB? If not, What has been done about it? What is the money used for? What is marching ground fee? Is it part of JAMB regulations?
I ask the constituted authorities to look into this and punish all those who are engaging in this illegality.
|Re: Marching Ground Fees During JAMB Examinations by sorom4: 2:18pm On Mar 15, 2020|
Moderators...please move to front page
|Re: Marching Ground Fees During JAMB Examinations by youngsahito(m): 2:32pm On Mar 15, 2020|
sorom4:why not call them on Twitter if they have 1
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