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Habeeblah Olamilekan
Kwara state polytechnic,ilorin
Masscommunication
Graduate, Nigeria.
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The Independent Corrupt Practices and other
Crimes Commission (ICPC) has commenced
investigations into the Joint Admissions
Matriculations Board for alleged malpractices
during the just concluded Unified Tertiary
Matriculation Examination (UTME).
This was made known to newsmen on tuesday
by a member of the ICPC board, Olubukola
Balogun.

Balogun told the newsmen in Abuja that
malpractice is an act of corruption it is the
mandate of the anti-graft body to investigate by
some of the candidates who were aided by their
parents to get professional help.
“We are putting everything together for Jamb.

The Commission is going to know what
happened and how we can prevent it in future,”
she said.

She further declared that anyone found to be
involved will be prosecuted.

“Those that err, after our investigation, we are
going to prosecute”. She disclosed.

Balogun decried the current spread of
corruption in the country and claimed that the
ICPC would not let it thrive in the educational
sector.

“There is corruption everywhere, therefore, we
have to go back to the drawing board and we
have to all come together to fight against this
scourge,” she added.

The JAMB Registrar had stated in an earlier
forum called for a synergy between all
stakeholders in the education sector in order to
stem the ugly tide of sharp practices in the
conduct of the UTME.

The examination body had conducted the 2019
UTME in April with about 1.6 million candidates
participating.

source:- saharareporters.com/2019/05/28/icpc-set-investigate-allegedmalpractices-2019-utme-0
Icpc Set To Investigate Alleged Malpractices In 2019 Utme - Jamb Updates

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