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16 things JAMB bans against next exams

As part of efforts to improve on the credibility and tamper proof exercise, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB) has prohibited sixteen (16) items in the coming examination for all registered candidates.

In a document made available to PRNigeria, the examination body said candidates who intend to seat for the upcoming examination would be thoroughly scrutinized before entry to forestall malpractices.

The prohibited items include: wrist watches, pen/biro, mobile phones or similar electronic devices, spy reading glasses which should be scrutinized, calculators or similar electronic devices, USB, CD, hard disks and or other similar storage devices.

Others banned include: Books or any Reading/writing material, cameras

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Dapchi attack: Buhari directly in charge of situation, dispatches delegation to Yobe


The federal government has dispatched a delegation to visit Dapchi, where a late night attack occured at a girls' secondary school.

A number of the students in the school were reported missing.

Different reports emerged as to the correct number of the missing girls.

The government of Yobe yesterday afternoon indicated that at least 50 could not be accounted for.

However, in another release later by Abdullahi Bego, Yobe state government's director of press affairs, it was noted that Nigerian

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Yobe govt releases number of missing girls, working on 'rescuing' them


Yobe state government has in a statement on Wednesday said that about 50 girls are still missing following a suspected Boko Haram attack on Dapchi last Monday.

'Out of the 926 students in the school, over 50 are still unaccounted for as of the time of this statement. However, the Yobe State Government has continued to receive information about some of the girls being found in the general area to which they escaped', Abdullahi Bego, the state's director-general of press affairs who signed the

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