JAMB remits N3.5 billion in 2020

Deadline for Printing of Original Jamb Result for 2020 Utme


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it has made a break settlement of N3.5 billion to the national government's satchel after the lead of its 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

The board said it had before paid N3.5 billion to competitors by decreasing N1,500 from the expense of ePINs offered to every up-and-comer as coordinated by President Muhammadu Buhari. It said this carries its complete settlements this year to over N7 billion.

The board likewise said it will dispatch more when its activities are closed and legitimate review of its books is finished.

Frame said this in an announcement marked by its representative, Fabian Benjamin, on Sunday night.

He said it had been the aim of the current administration of the assessment body to come back to government coffers, anything that remains unutilised from its operational assets.

"The quick advantage of the move showed in the decrease by President Muhammadu Buhari of the UTME Registration charge payable by competitors from N5000 to N3500 which involves the exchange of over N3b to up-and-comers and gatekeepers yearly by means of the decrease in the expense of use archives," he said.

As indicated by Benjamin, before the decrease in the expense of utilization ePINs, the organization had dispatched billions of naira in 2017 and recreated same in ensuing years until President Buhari's order to offer back to up-and-comers a level of the expense of enlistment.

Pillar has been dispatching reliably to the government satchel since the arrangement of Ishaq Oloyede as enlistment center in August 2016.

Prior to his arrangement, the office stayed away forever up to one percent of N7 billion at whatever year.

The Federal Executive Council, FEC, in September 2016, in this way, requested a test into the organization of the past heads of JAMB and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, over what it called poor income settlement previously.

The aggregate sum JAMB dispatched to the national government coffers somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2016 was N 50,752,544.

Dibu Ojerinde, a teacher who headed JAMB before Mr Oloyede is currently being explored for defilement. Newsmen detailed how he as of late relinquished a few properties to the Nigerian government.

In 2017, the organization said it dispatched more than N5 billion to government. In 2018, the board transmitted N7.8 billion to the national government.

In 2019, JAMB transmitted N5 billion to the central government's satchel after the direct of its 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Frame is liable for directing UTME used to pick up induction into tertiary establishments in Nigeria.

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