The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board in a statement made available by the Head of Information of JAMB, Dr Fabian Benjamin revealed some reasons Cyber cafes were not allowed to register candidates.
According to him, most problems associated with candidates’ registration such as wrong spellings of names, wrongful placement of passport photograph and others emanates from the business centres at registration points.
“Don’t forget, it is virtually impossible to regulate the activities of these business centres as their mode of operations did not provide necessary details about them.
“These problems created by cafes make information gathering, processing and administration of examination cumbersome as records and data of candidates are distorted. “The accreditation centres are on the board’s website for easy identification cohesion and smooth operation.”
“The accreditation centres are on the board’s website for easy identification cohesion and smooth operation,” it explained.
“Ours is an examination, so we cannot be guided by primordial consideration over quality and standard.” he said.