As per Punch Metro, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has suspended the utilization of the National Identification Number as a necessity for enlistment in the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.
The suspension additionally influenced the Direct Entry enlistment for the year.
Declaring this at a public interview in Abuja on Saturday, JAMB Registrar, Prof. Isha-q Oloyede credited the choice to what he called specialized reasons.
The gathering was gone to by top administration staff of the National Identification Management Commission, drove by its Director-General, Aziz Aliyu.
The JAMB enlistment center refered to progressing challenges being looked by competitors in the NIN enrollment, including that the NIN necessity as a precondition for the UTME and Direct
Passage enrollments had been saved during the current year’s UTME and DE enlistments.
Oloyede said the NIN would, in any case, be an important necessity in the 2021 UTME and Direct Entry enrollments.
The PUNCH had announced the troubles looked by up-and-comers in NIN enrollment including claimed blackmail by National Identity Management Commission authorities.
The JAMB representative, Dr Benjamin Fabian had educated our reporter that assessment acts of neglect syndicates were behind the hitches at the NIN enrollment focuses.