FUNAAB Post-UTME Peaceful

The Representative of JAMB, Mrs. Kafayat Ibiwoye
The Representative of JAMB, Mrs. Kafayat Ibiwoye
The Representative of JAMB, Mrs. Kafayat Ibiwoye commending the University for the successful conduct of the Post UTME exercise while Principal Officers of the University listen with rapt attention.

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has thumbed up for the University describing her Post-UTME Screening as peaceful.

Suffice to inform that JAMB was on ground and it effectively monitored the conduct of the exercise.

Former Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Chief Coordinator
Former Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and Chief Coordinator in charge of the screening the students, Professor Chrys Onwuka relating the step-to-step procedure involved in the exercise.

Speaking with newsmen after monitoring the exercise, the representative of JAMB, Mrs. Kafayat Ibiwoye described the exercise as peaceful.

According to her, “The conduct of the examination has been very peaceful, the whole environment is peaceful”.

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Morenike Dipeolu
The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), Professor Morenike Dipeolu fielding question from journalists on the procedure put in place to ensure the success of the examination.

Mrs. Ibiwoye commended the University Management for the strategic structures put in place for the conduct of the exercise, stating specifically that “there’s even a holding place for candidates to sit”.

The Dean COLAMRUD and Chief Invigilator 250 Capacity Computer Laboratory, Professor Adewale Dipeolu
The Dean COLAMRUD and Chief Invigilator 250 Capacity Computer Laboratory, Professor Adewale Dipeolu commenting on the cooperation received from relevant stakeholders.

Fielding questions on the justification or otherwise for the conduct of Post-UTME by tertiary institutions after JAMB UTME, Mrs. Ibiwoye explained that, “JAMB and tertiary institutions work hand-in-hand to give the society the best.  Therefore it is not out of place for institutions to have input.

The Chief Invigilator 500 Capacity Computer Laboratory, Prof. Christain Ikeobi
The Chief Invigilator 500 Capacity Computer Laboratory, Prof. Christain Ikeobi explaining the procedure put in place to ensure the timely conduct of the examination.