JAMB Releases 14,620 Results, Withholds 93

JAMB Releases 14,620 Results, Withholds 93
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By Chika Mefor-Nwachukwu

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) results of 14,620 candidates whose results were previously under investigation.

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A statement issued by JAMB’s spokesperson, Dr Fabian Benjamin on Tuesday, revealed that the results of 93 candidates were withheld while that of 14 others earlier released were withdrawn.

“This followed the consideration and further approval of the recommendations of the investigators by the Board’ management at a management meeting held on Tuesday, 27th July, 2021.

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” You will recall that the Board, in its earlier release, stated it would still review the results of the 2021 UTME exercise and any candidate found wanting would have his/her result withheld.

“Out of the withheld results thirteen were discovered to have been involved in examination infractions after they were released and the one earlier withdrawn bringing the total of the results that have been withdrawn to fourteen.

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“In a similar vein, the results of the 332 blind candidates whose examination was conducted this month have also been released,” the statement said.

According to the statement, the 14 candidates whose results were withdrawn  are as follow:

1) Gabriel Micheal
2) Lawson Ruth Joy
3) Sadiq Mahbub Auwal
4) Attama Lawrence Ikedichukwu (earlier withdrawn)
5) Tambaya Yahaya
6) Anowa Anointing
7) Ogbonna Joseph Dibia
8) Ani Maryrose AdaLoki) Loiki Ayomiposi Precious
10) Ekeocha
Chinecherem
Michael
11) Oluwarotimi
Toluwanimi
Ayanfeoluwa
12) Edu Teslim Abiola
13) Simon Friday Promise
14) Onyeama Odi. 

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