JAMB issues strong warning over enrollment of minors

JAMB warns parents against enrolling minors in UTME following lawsuit over inappropriate text messages sent to a 15-year-old during registration.

Registrar Oloyede assures readiness to meet with mother and clarifies that sender was not a JAMB staff member.

Despite reporting incident to security agencies, mother still files N100 million lawsuit.

He said, “The person is not our staff, he is not even a staff of the centre, he is a co-student. He is just like a candidate, an undergraduate in one of the universities.

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“And talking about our data, nobody has access to our data. The person got the information from the phone of the underage girl.

“How did your girl of 15 years get ready for university now? If she is law-abiding as she claimed. The law today is that you must spend six years before primary school, six years in primary school and six years in secondary school. By that time, you are 18.

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“But when you reduce three years, you must have cut corners to make a 15-year-old child ready for university education.

“We will meet her in court, it is for the court to decide whether she deserves that money.”

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