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    The Joint Admissions and Matriculation
    Board (JAMB) is planning to license cyber
    café operators in Nigeria to prevent
    candidates from being exploited during
    Unified Tertiary Matriculation
    Examinations (UTME) registration exercise.
    The JAMB Registrar, Prof Dibu Ojerinde
    spoke at the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN),
    during the second combined technical
    committee meeting on admissions into
    degree- awarding institutions, National
    Diploma (ND), National Certificate in
    Education (NCE) and National Innovation
    Diploma (NIDA)-awarding institutions.
    Ojerinde said the board is already holding
    meeting with legitimate cyber café
    operators. He said: “We want to safeguard
    the interest of our candidates. Some of the
    cyber café operators exploit these
    candidates. Some take as much as N7,500 in
    registering them. What is more, they even
    give them fake registration. In Abuja last
    year about eight candidates came to
    examination hall with fake registration
    details, which unfortunately disqualified
    them from taking the examination. Thank
    God we had the biometric exercise where
    they thumb printed and the rightful people
    came out. “If we can solve that problem by
    licensing cyber café operators it will be
    better for the candidates. What we are
    saying is that they should not go to cheat.â€

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