Several Business owners arrested for Selling JAMB above speculated price
Joint Admission and Matriculation Board
Two weeks after Jamb officially commence registration and warned strictly against selling the JAMB E-Pin above the speculated price, so many persons had refused to heed to this warning and decided to take laws into their hands by selling the E-Pin above 4000 some even go as far as selling for 4700.
The Security Officials has recently arrested eight men for selling the JAMB E-pin above the speculated by JAMB.
Report reaching us states that the arrested persons sold the JAMB E-Pin for N4,700.
Mr Cyprian Otoibhi, stated that the suspects sold each form between N6,500 and N8,000.
Otoibhi said the suspects – Bamiro Oluwaseun, Subair Adewale, Oshikoya Segun, Victor Faith, Olayinka Oluwashina, Elvis Okarafor, Igwoku Luckson, and Ajetumobi Olufemi – were arrested during a joint operation with JAMB officials.
According to him, the suspects were operating their cyber cafes within Ikotun in the Alimosho Local Government Area of the state.
He said, “A thorough investigation by the Lagos Command of the NSCDC revealed that the cyber cafes being operated by the suspects were not on the list of centres accredited by JAMB to sell its forms.’’
It was learnt that JAMB approved only 71 centres to sell its forms in the state.
Otoibhi stated that the NSCDC officials went to the cyber cafes and disguised as prospective applicants.