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Exploitation Of JAMB 2016 Registration

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Thanks for this wonderful opportunity your media has offered the general public to contact you. In order not to waste your precious time I would like the whole country to know about how JAMB BOARD, is exploiting the young business enterprise that is mostly comprising of unemployed graduates that leave on business center business mostly online forms, such as Jamb form, WAEC form, NECO form, FORCE forms, etc,.

Now JAMB BOARD is stopping business centres that is located in every part of the country including the interior villages giving services to the people over the past ten years and to jamb after collecting N10,000 for two years 2013, and 2014 from about 4000 business centres want to connive with rich politicians to open jamb CBT centres mostly in capital cities of the country.

The attempt is put us out of business and sell the contract to the rich politicians making it very difficult for poor children to come out from where they are staying.

Imagine somebody staying in the village like Otuwan in Bayelsa state where cost for transportation to and fro Yenagoa the capital of Bayelsa state will have to spend about N7000 without cost of the form yet such student will have to spend about N20000 only to buy jamb form while those in the capital only spend N6200 for the same jamb form.

Jamb has not only made life difficult for such students but also it has created more hardship for the young unemployed graduates who have invested in such businesses to be self employed which the federal government is presently encouraging and here is jamb board out of greed putting an end to such policies.

Please I need the media to take this message to the house and bring to the notice how the allies of jamb want to monopolize the jamb registration making it like the old system of manual age but this is more than the manual system because every student must travel to the CBT centre to register their forms.



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