Thursday, 23 March 2017

NAPS REJECTS INCREASE IN JAMB REGULARIZATION FEE: CALLS FOR THE REMOVAL OF JAMB REGISTRAR.- Comr One Class Reporting from Campus Reporter Media

NAPS REJECTS INCREASE IN JAMB
REGULARIZATION FEE:
      CALLS FOR THE
REMOVAL OF JAMB REGISTRAR

Education in Nigeria is tilting toward becoming a commercial avenue with standards departing the sector at speed of light, to get educated in
Nigeria today with the obnoxious policies of
educational institutions is synonymous to
getting a debt sentence. Extortionate policies
are made over night at will of institutional
heads, and students bear the pain of meeting up exploitative demands innocently. Virtually
all nooks and crannies of the educational sector need to be touched light by the anti-
corruption war of the federal government
starting from the Joint Admission Matriculation
Board (JAMB).
JAMB dwell in retrogression since the
appointment of a new registrar, contrary to
the positive new turn of event Nigerians expect of the admission board. Professor Ishaq
Oloyede the new registrar has shown in his handling of JAMB, that he has nothing to offer other than his interest in commercializing the
board. In no time of his appointment as JAMB registrar, JAMB regularization fee has been increased by over hundred percent from four thousand Naira to ten thousand Naira, the fraudulent regularization process aim at generating JAMB registration number for students who got admitted without passing
through JAMB has always been met with strong rescission from students as we believe it is a
policy solely designed to squeeze out money
from students purse.
The justification of mere profile updates being charge at a fee higher than the examination
proper is nothing cut short of corruption.
JAMB regularization fee had since become a prerequisite for NYSC mobilization, making it compulsory for all graduating students as such
seventy percent of graduating students fall into the extortion trap.
JAMB is yet to justify why students are to pay for regularization and not the schools that boycotts the admission board to dish out admission at will to proffered
candidate at expense of the admission
regulatory board provided their requirement are fulfilled.
Aiding and abetting of institutions charging at
rates higher than JAMB stipulation and new policy stating ten thousand Naira be charge on alteration of JAMB forms (change of course,
institution, or choice of institution) further
reveals the commercialization motive of professor Oloyede.
Our leadership has lost confidence in the personality of the registrar with his extortive policies, the delay in the conduct of JAMB examination couple with the
fact that he is yet to clear his name from
corruption allegations leveled against him by
ASUU UNILORIN chapter.
Education should not and will not be a debt
sentence. We demand education that will be
accessible by all. We demand the anti
corruption war of the federal government be extended to the Joint Admission Matriculation
Board and the replacement of the registrar within seven days, as all machineries are in
place to mobilize our teaming students to the street to seek justice and put an end to the unjust exploitation of Nigeria students if our
demands are not met.
Signed
COMR OLUGBODE DAMOLA
NAPS National PRO
(08068360731)

BC: Comr Olorungbotemi Tunde
NANS/JCC EKITI AXIS AGS
CAMPUS REPORTER MEDIA

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