The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released results of 1,048,911 candidates from the 1.7 who have so far sat for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation examination. Speaking at a news conference, after an assessment of examinations centres in lagos, JAMB Registrar Is-haq Oloyede said so far, the conduct of the examination could be adjudged “free and fair’’ in spite of few hitches in some centres. He also disclosed that the board may introduce a new mode of registration in 2018 to checkmate fraudsters. He further said the added that registration would go on till tomorrow as directed by the National Assembly, while the additional 1,100 candidates, who registered after the board reopened its portal following the National Assembly’s directive, would write their examinations later.
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