By Nnenna Ibeh
Some lucky applicants would be receiving free forms for JAMB registration in Kano state
The forms would be distributed by a youth organisation, Kano Youth Organisation in Abuja (KAYOAB)
The organisation said the free forms would be distributed at 10 centers across three different senatorial zones in Kano state
A youth organisation has announced that it will begin the distribution of free JAMB forms for less privilege students in Kano state.
The organisation, Kano Youth Organisation in Abuja (KAYOAB) said the distribution of pre-screening forms will begin on Monday, January 21, 2019 at 10 centers across three different senatorial zones.
The spokesperson of of the organisation, Alhassan A. Bala, said the three centres in the senatorial zones are: Government Secondary School, Rano; Government Secondary Commercial School, Wudil, and Government College Tudunwada Dankadai, while Kano north has, ICT Centre, along FCE (T) road, Bichi; Islamic Centre, Gwarzo and Islamic Centre, Danbatta.
Also, Kano central has four centres thus; Day Science Secondary School, Government Secondary School, Rijiyar Zaki, Aminu Kano Commercial Secondary School and Islamic Centre Kura.
He also noted that the president of the organisation, Balarabe Abdullahi, assured that students with nine credits can apply for the forms.
According to the organisation, the applicants would undergo a screening exercise, where the most qualified students would be contacted and also be taken for training.
He further added that the organization will ensure that all candidates that score the university cut-off marks would get admission into any university of their choice.
“Apart from the free JAMB forms, we are also making plan to support them with at least some amount of money for registration since they came from the less privilege family,” Bala said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that JAMB said it was set to commence the publication of a bulletin of its financial activities to the public for the purpose of transparency.
The head, media and information of the board, Fabian Benjamin, said that the bulletin, which will be known as “Jambulletin”, would be published every Monday and would not be for sale.