JAMB: Simi reacts to new JAMB cut off marks

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The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) authorities yesterday uncovered they had affirmed 160 as the cut-off imprint for entrance into tertiary organizations in Nigeria. The choice was made at a gathering held in Osun State, Southwest Nigeria.

Nigerian singer and award-winning songwriter, Simi obviously has got issues with the current educational system being practised in the country as revealed in her tweets.


Simi states that People have various qualities – however, we were raised to accept just certain abilities or vocation ways can bring individual achievement.

She tweeted; I feel like the current method of education is faulty. Ppl have different strengths – but we were raised to believe only certain talents or career paths can bring you success. So we see a lot of potential and ideas dying cos they were born to the right ppl in the wrong climate.

While some quarters feel the teachers are to blame for the decaying educational sector, Simi feels the blame shouldn’t fall solely on them. So the problem is not just the incompetent teachers. See the image of the tweet below;

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It’s occasionally the removal of needs. The insufficiency of the instructive framework to take into account the assorted variety of mankind.”


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