JAMB has disclosed that it may conduct a second 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination for candidates with genuine registration challenges. The JAMB boss, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede disclosed this while monitoring the profiling of candidates with 2021 UTME registration challenges.
According to him, about 17, 758 candidates with challenges had been profiled, nationwide.
“At the end of the entire exercise, we may have to conduct another examination for those with genuine cases after the main UTME slated for June 19 to July 3.” He said.
He noted that going by his interaction with some of the candidates with registration challenges, most of them are largely unserious and are basically the cause of most of their challenges.
Giving the figures of the late prospective candidates that have so far registered, Oloyede said Lagos had 3,200, Kwara 1,300, Abuja 1,300, Oyo 1,000, Kano 1,000 among others.