Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, on Thursday said five persons have been sentenced to various prison terms for selling fake forms to unsuspecting candidates.
He said JAMB had embarked on massive prosecution of individuals and syndicates that engaged in the sales of fake forms to let them know that it is no longer “business as usual.”
Oloyede, who spoke at the 2017 Nigerian Academy of Letters Annual Lecture on Thursday in Abuja, said there was delay in the sales of the forms due to logistics.
He said the board would begin sales of forms once the board had finished sanitizing the system.
Oloyede said: “We have observed that people are selling fake forms but what we are doing is to try to sanitize the system and as soon as the sanitation is done we will start selling the forms.
Updated On: 24 Feb 2017
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