Friday , April 19 2024

JAMB withdraws results of some candidates, releases some withheld results

Some of the withheld results of candidates that took the 2021 UTME has been released. This was made known by Fabian Benjamin JAMB’s head of publicity in a statement on Tuesday.

He mentioned that the results of 14,620 candidates who were hitherto under investigation have been cleared and released.

Candidates who earlier could not access their results are therefore advised to proceed to check their results again. To check your result, visit this link: Check UTME results for 2021 directly on JAMB’s website

It was also gathered that some of the results of candidates that were earlier released by JAMB have been withdrawn. This means that the affected candidates were found to have been involved in examination malpractices during the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

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

The examination body listed the additional 14 candidates whose results were withdrawn to include; Gabriel Micheal, Lawson Ruth Joy, Sadiq Mahbub Auwal, Tambaya Yahaya, Anowa Anointing, Ogbonna Joseph Dibia, and Ani Maryrose AdaLoki (Loik Ayomiposi Precious).

Others according are Ekeocha Chinecherem Michael, Oluwarotimi Toluwanimi Ayanfeoluwa, Edu Teslim Abiola, Simon Friday Promise, Onyeama Odi and Attama Lawrence Ikedichukwu.

The affected candidates no longer have results and will not be able to seek admission for the 2021/2022 academic session.


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  1. Lonewolf

    Please am having double results and it’s really painful one is greater and the other is so low…..that it’s not admission worthy…. Please help in anyway you can.

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