No Post-Utme Examination In Nigeria – Federal Government Warns

No Post-Utme Examination In Nigeria – Federal Government Warns – The honorable Minister of education Malam Adamu Adamu, yesterday, made it open once again that Nigeria tertiary institutions will no longer write Post-Utme examination stating from the year 2016.

No Post-Utme Examination In Nigeria - Federal Government Warns

According to the report reaching us yesterday been Thursday 27th June 2016 states that the ( Federal Government ) warns all universities in Nigeria not to write or conduct Post-Utme in all tertiary institutions in Nigeria or face the sanctions.

On the 4th June 2016 the news came to us that Federal Government have Scraps Post–Utme In Nigeria, what is means is that Post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, Post–UTME, had been stop for candidates seeking admission into higher institutions.

Below Are The Statements Of Honorable Minister Of Education

The statement which was made by the Hon. Minister of Education, Mr. Mallam Adamu Adamu on behalf of the Federal Government at Abuja where He declared open the cabinet meets of admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria reiterated the ban of Post-Utme in all higher schools of learning in Nigeria.

Hon. Minister of Education, Mr. Mallam Adamu Adamu  stated that the ban to stop the conduct of Post-utme examination in Nigeria still stand and that no tertiary institution should give students seeking admissions into their school extra examination.

No Post-Utme Examination In Nigeria

He also stated that any universities who have already advertised for the conduct of the Post-UTME under any guise should stop the exercise immediately.

Mr. Mallam Adamu Adamu on the meeting stated also added that universities were at liberty to expel any student who failed to meet up with the requirements for any degree enrolled for.

The honorable Minister of education Malam Adamu Adamu also stated that the Government aim is to stop parents and guards.

spend so much on transportation, hotel accommodation, examination fees and sundry costs, so as to gain admission into universities/tertiary institutions in Nigeria. And to avoid students from losing their lives and properties during the examination excise.

Hon. Minister of Education, Mr. Mallam Adamu Adamu, also stated that any university  who goes contrary to this policy will face  face sanctions from the federal Government of Nigeria.

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