The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has released the listing of taken out certifications of prospects, who were thought to have actually participated in negligences throughout its evaluations 2020 waec expo.
The influenced candidates go as far back as 1992.
The checklist was released in the weekly bulletin of the Joint Admissions as well as Matriculation Board, JAMB, launched on Monday.
According to the bulletin, the influenced candidates were involved in impersonations.
WAEC recognized the candidates as; Ukaumunna C. December 1992 evaluation with the certification number, NGSP 0233613; Chinna H. December 1993 with the certification number, NGSP 0572427; Koffi E. December 1993, with number NGSP 0455669; as well as Oham J. December 1994, with the certification number, NGSP 0177271.
Others are; Mbara G. December 2001, with certification WNR 2248072; Ifo S. December 2001, with number NGWASSCP 1307367; Ugwu P. December 2005 with certificate number, NGWASSCP 4534182; Anene J. December 2008, with number, NGWASSCP 5505913; Ogbenna C. December 2011, with certificate number, NGWASSCP 06927486; and also Nwangwu I. December 2014, with certification number, NGWASSCP 8392056.
JAMB kept in mind that to avoid such impersonation throughout its Unified Tertiary Enrollment Evaluation, it was partnering the National Identity Monitoring Payment to enforce candidates’ registration for the nationwide identification number.
The board said, “In view of the cases noted JAMB’s collaboration with NIMC is crucial. In order to have a seamless registration for the 2020 UTME, we have actually put equipment in position to trial run the new enrollment routine under the joint platform of JAMB as well as NIMC making use of the NIN.
” The Registrar, Prof Is-haq Oloyede, follow up to this, therefore, directed participants of team in workplaces across the country to join the test registration which started on Friday, November 29, as well as is to end Tuesday, December 3. No fewer than 1,800 members of team would be involved in the test enrollment made to analyze the workability of the new enrollment regimen.”