JAMB Issues Serious Warning Against Fake Admission Letters

The Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Isiaq Oloyede, recently warned prospective students to make sure they receive genuine admission letters from the board. This is to protect their education dreams.

In addition, the Commissioner of Police in Ogun State, Abiodun Alamutu, and the Vice Chancellor of ABSU, Prof. Onyemachi Ogbulu, urged students, especially those at Harvarde College in Abeokuta, to avoid cultism and focus on their studies.

During the matriculation ceremony at Harvarde College, Oloyede, Alamutu, and Ogbulu expressed their concerns about improper admission procedures.

It’s important to follow the right process to avoid future problems.

During the event, the Vice Chancellor of ABSU, Ogbulu, emphasized their zero tolerance policy against cultism. Students who violate this policy will face expulsion and severe penalties.

Ogbulu urged new students to prioritize their academics and stay away from distractions to avoid getting expelled. ABSU is committed to maintaining a safe and focused learning environment.

The Commissioner of Police in Ogun State, Alamutu, expressed concern about the increasing cult activities. He encouraged students to resist the temptation and stay focused on their studies.

Dr. Adebayo Ouwatosin, the President and founder of ABSU, stressed the importance of diligence and perseverance for academic success. He advised new students to remain focused on their goals.

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