Police and JAMB Issue Warning to Candidates About Fake Websites

During a press briefing in Abuja, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the police jointly cautioned candidates preparing for the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) against interacting with fraudulent websites.

ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the Force Public Relations Officer, highlighted the rise of counterfeit websites created by dishonest individuals with the intention of misleading unsuspecting candidates. These deceitful platforms entice candidates to share personal details such as registration numbers, email addresses, and phone numbers.

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Both JAMB and the Nigeria Police Force condemned these misleading tactics, stressing their dedication to protecting candidates’ interests and upholding the integrity of the examination process. Adejobi advised candidates to exclusively access their UTME Notification Slips from the official JAMB website: www.jamb.gov.ng, warning against alternative sources.

Acknowledging the strategies employed by fraudsters, particularly during assessment and admission periods, both organizations are actively educating candidates and the public about these fraudulent schemes.

Dr. Fabian Benjamin, the JAMB spokesperson, reassured candidates of the Board’s steadfast commitment and cautioned them to ignore unsolicited messages, often used as ploys to deceive.

The 2024 UTME is set to commence on Friday, April 19, and conclude on April 29.

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