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JAMB Remits N3.5bn To FG As Surplus Generated During 2021 Exam Registration by damilola4162(m): 7:14am On Nov 04, 2021
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has remitted N3.51 billion to the Federal Government as the surplus generated from the conduct of the board’s 2021Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), Newspremises reports.

In a statement issued by the examination body and signed by its head of public affairs and protocol unit, Fabian Benjamin noted that the remittance “is in line with Prof. Is-haq Oloyede’s avowed commitment to prudent management of public resources.”

He said the processes adopted brought attendant savings, yielding the humongous remittances to government coffers.

The statement said ”the remittance has been the norm rather than the exception in the last six years beginning from 2016 when he remitted the whopping sum of N7b and repeated same in subsequent years.

”It is pertinent to note that one of the direct benefits of the sustained remittances by the Prof. Oloyede-led management manifested in the reduction of the cost of the application documents (UTME and DE) by candidates from N5000 to N3500 in 2018 by President Muhammadu Buhari.”

He said the singular act has ensured the 'annual transfer" of over N3b to the pockets of parents and guardians of candidates as a consequence of the slash in the price of UTME forms.

”The Board as led by Prof Ishaq Oloyede would continue to prune down the cost of governance and release resources for other needy national prioritize areas”, the statement said.

Source: https://newspremises.com.ng/jamb-remits-n3-5bn-to-fg-as-surplus-generated-during-2021-exam-registration/


Lalasticlala
Mynd44
Dominique

Re: JAMB Remits N3.5bn To FG As Surplus Generated During 2021 Exam Registration by Maxymilliano(m): 7:30am On Nov 04, 2021
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has remitted N3.51 billion to the Federal Government as the surplus generated from the conduct of the board’s 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)

Agbalowomeri ... shocked

JAMB is drawing unnecessary charges from students and we are celebrating it as achievements for the government while passing the burden to prospective students and parents ... Why would government controlled examination bodies be declaring surplus when it's not a registered going concern
Re: JAMB Remits N3.5bn To FG As Surplus Generated During 2021 Exam Registration by Ynix(m): 7:45am On Nov 04, 2021
damilola4162:
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has remitted N3.51 billion to the Federal Government as the surplus generated from the conduct of the board’s 2021Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), Newspremises reports.

In a statement issued by the examination body and signed by its head of public affairs and protocol unit, Fabian Benjamin noted that the remittance “is in line with Prof. Is-haq Oloyede’s avowed commitment to prudent management of public resources.”

He said the processes adopted brought attendant savings, yielding the humongous remittances to government coffers.

The statement said ”the remittance has been the norm rather than the exception in the last six years beginning from 2016 when he remitted the whopping sum of N7b and repeated same in subsequent years.

”It is pertinent to note that one of the direct benefits of the sustained remittances by the Prof. Oloyede-led management manifested in the reduction of the cost of the application documents (UTME and DE) by candidates from N5000 to N3500 in 2018 by President Muhammadu Buhari.”

He said the singular act has ensured the 'annual transfer" of over N3b to the pockets of parents and guardians of candidates as a consequence of the slash in the price of UTME forms.

”The Board as led by Prof Ishaq Oloyede would continue to prune down the cost of governance and release resources for other needy national prioritize areas”, the statement said.

Source: https://newspremises.com.ng/jamb-remits-n3-5bn-to-fg-as-surplus-generated-during-2021-exam-registration/


Lalasticlala
Mynd44
Dominique
I wonder when JAMB became a money generating institution. Money generated from the rat race mechanism almost everyone wants to get into. To get admission into higher institution has now become means of generating revenues for government, that means more failures in years to come
Re: JAMB Remits N3.5bn To FG As Surplus Generated During 2021 Exam Registration by Refluencer: 7:46am On Nov 04, 2021
JAMB celebrating what? Is Jamb a profit generation institution? Funds that is gotten at the expense of parents that will be spent on vote-buying. Nonsense
Re: JAMB Remits N3.5bn To FG As Surplus Generated During 2021 Exam Registration by Homeboiy: 7:55am On Nov 04, 2021
Fishy

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