House of representative urge JAMB to cut application form fees

The Nigeria House of Representative has urge Joint Admission and Matriculation Board to cut down fees by 50%.

The House also move a motion that change of institutions and change of course form should be free or reduce to #500.

James Faleke who move the motion said JAMB is not establish to be a profit making organization.

It is a government establishment to help young Nigerians to achieve their academic pursuit.

In recent years JAMB has been making billions of profit to the

detriment of education and social development of the country.

The House then mandate it’s committee on basic education to ensure compliance and report in two weeks.

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