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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board () has released a list of suspended computer-based test (CBT) centres following the release of the UTME results.

Is-haq Oloyede, JAMB registrar, on Saturday after much delay, announced the release of the results revealing that the board withheld the results of 34,120 candidates for various infractions during the across the nation.

He also added that 15,145 results were withheld for further clarification.

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JAMB has now published the list of 22 CBT centres across the country with Edo, Ekiti, Abia and Nasarawa having the highest number of suspended centres, as published on the JAMB official website.

Four centres on the list are located in Edo, while Ekiti, Abia and Nasarawa have two centres included in the document containing the blacklisted centres.

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According to JAMB, the centres were found guilty of offences such as charging candidates more than the authorised fees, registration misconduct, and conducting unauthorised examination.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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FEC approves N2.9 billion for printing of examination papers

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The Federal Executive Council has approved N2.9 billion for the printing of materials.

Speaking with state house correspondents on Wednesday, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, said the approval was granted at the council’s meeting which was presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Adamu who revealed that the printing contracts were awarded to a group of eight printers said the materials are meant for the Basic Education Certification Examination, the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, and the National Common Entrance.

According to him, the council also approved N1.6 billion for the rehabilitation of different roads located in the satellite towns of the FCT.

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He said the council approved N900,294,304.75 to fix the roads in Gwagwalada Area Council while N719,407,086.38 was approved for the Kwali Area Council rural roads.

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2020 WASSCE: WAEC announces new date to release result

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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has said it postponed the release of the just concluded West African Senior Secondary School Certificate (WASSCE) to next week due to curfew imposed in some parts of the country.

Recall that the council had said it will release the  within 45 days.

The head of public affairs of WAEC Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu, had confirmed this on September 14.

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But a tweet on WAEC’s official Twitter page on Thursday said the result will be released in the first week of November.

It tweeted, “WASSCE SC 2020 Results Release Date: Dear candidates, the Council had planned to release the results today in fulfillment of our Project 45 but due to the curfew imposed last week, it had to be postponed till next week.”

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