JAMB validity set to last for 4 years as bill passes second reading

A bill seeking to change the validity of JAMB result from 1 year to 4 years have passed a second reading in the house of representatives. According to the lawmakers, their major goal is to reduce a financial burden on poor parents alongside their children.

This development was coming on the day JAMB announced adopted cut-off marks for 2022/2023 admission for Universities, Polytechnics & Colleges of Education in Nigeria.

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