Applicants for the 2017 Joint Admission and Matriculation Board Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (JAMB/UTME) candidates in Ile –Ife has rejected the suspension of mock extermination and registration exercise.
Most of the candidates companied that the suspension may not in any way make the registration easier and simpler arguing that some of them almost complete the registration they have started over a week ago before the suspension.
Candidates in their hundreds on Saturday were seen lamenting at Kemade Highflayers Academy Ondo Road, Ile Ife, a JAMB Computer Based Test registration centre, as a result of the suspension of all activities relating to the JAMB registration exercise from 8pm on Friday to Sunday which is to resume on Monday.
Admission seekers who gathered at the forms, registration and biometric capturing centres to participate in the mock examinations were disappointed with the suspension.
Olona Yusuf, applicants expressed regret over the suspension adding that JAMB has been making life more difficult for the candidates with new registration method.
He complained that over one million candidates have registered for JAMP with pains and unprecedented difficulties.
Yusuf opined that JAMB should have reconsidered the suspension as a result of the mock exercise.
“They should have allowed all candidates to complete their registration before conducting any mock, I have been coming to my centre for the past two days and I am yet to register crowded traffic on the website, this is the least expected from JAMB.